Discover the epitome of urban living at 301 East 47th Street, where luxury and convenience converge in this charming two-bedroom apartment. Air Conditioner Luxury Light Fixtures Recessed Lighting Dish Washer Granite Countertops Microwave Modern Bathroom Stainless Steel Appliances High Ceilings Glass Shower Doors Marble Tiled Bathroom Custom Designed Kitchen Under Cabinet Lighting Dishwasher Energy Efficient Appliances Breakfast Bar Hardwood Flooring Washer Dryer Large Closets Refrigerator Individual Climate Control Range Laundry Laundry Facility East River Views On site Management High Speed Elevator On-Site Indoor Parking (3rd Party) Fitness Center High Speed Pet-Friendly Newly Renovated Units Door Attendant On-Site Maintenance Online Bill Pay Available High Speed Internet On-Site Leasing Office Elevator Door Attendant Fitness Center Newly Renovated Common Areas Individual Climate Control Cover Park On site Maintenance
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