Black granite counter tops French glass paneled bedroom door Hardwood floors throughout Renovated kitchen Spacious living room Stainless steel appliances White shaker style cabinets White subway tiled bathroom This attractive pre-war brownstone located on East 78th Street between First and Second Avenues was built in 1910 and many of its ground-floor apartments offer outdoor space. It’s conveniently situated near restaurants and cafés, and the 4, 5, 6, and Q trains. You’ll also find several CITI Bike stations within a radius of a few blocks.
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Spanning from 59th Street and Central Park South to 96th Street and the East River, today’s Upper East Side defies expectations about uptown living. Yorkville, Carnegie Hill, and Lenox Hill offer unique characteristics and experiences. With historic brownstones and polished high-rises, lively restaurants, and quiet cafés, the neighborhood is home to a diverse community and includes some of the city’s most famous attractions, institutions, and individuals. Explore new designer boutiques, and legendary Upper East Side mainstays. Enjoy a trip to picturesque Central Park or gaze at art and artifacts along Museum Mile. With access to excellent public transit—the 4,5,6, and Q trains—as well as CITI Bikes, it’s easy to get uptown, downtown, or across town in a matter of minutes.