Summer Staycation in Turtle Bay – 100 United Nations Plaza, Apt 3-G

Skip your weekly summer jaunt to the shore and have an incredible staycation in Turtle Bay.  This grand two bedroom at 100 United Nations Plaza offers such fabulous outdoor space you may only go inside to sleep.

Located on the third floor of a full-service condominium, this split two bedroom has a private garden area measuring approximately 700 square feet.  This includes a huge rear patio (22×18) and heated lap pool (16×9). Why go anywhere when the weather warms.  

100 United Nations Plaza is a post-war tower at First Avenue and 48th Street, within an earshot of the United Nations.  The building is architecturally distinctive given its sharp-angled terraces that rise with the elevation and its tapered pyramid design that showcases the top floors.  Completed in 1986, this 52-story tower was a precursor to the string of highrise towers that would eventually crowd First Avenue in the area north of Tudor City.

When you do eventually pry yourself away from your outdoor paradise, the residence offers a nice split layout with a well proportioned living/dining area.  The master bedroom, master bath, kitchen and the living area all have windows onto the outdoor space. Both bedrooms enjoy en suite baths and there is an additional half bath for your friends to change into their swim trunks.

Other features in this renovated apartment include a washer/dryer, wide plank flooring, recessed lighting, an open stainless steel kitchen and abundant closet space.

This special apartment is available for a year term at $7,399 per month through Natalie Weber of R New York.  Since it is a condominium, the approval process is rather simple. No pets and no smoking please. For more details, visit Linecity.com.

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