In a co-op, this rental has a spacious lobby, 4 closets and a renovated kitchen. It’s on the fifth ground of 657 East twenty sixth Avenue and potential renters should face a co-op interview and approval.

The Colonial Revival elevator constructing, initially referred to as The Clinton Home, was accomplished in 1940 and this unit has the beneficiant proportions and inside particulars of many residences of the period.

Rooms open off the lobby which has a distinct segment with cabinets, a closet and arched openings to the lounge and a corridor. At 20 toes lengthy the lounge is massive sufficient to suit a eating desk or work at home perch. It is not proven within the images, however the ground plan signifies there’s a passthrough to the kitchen.

The kitchen has been renovated with grey cupboards, tile flooring and a glass tile backsplash. The dishwasher has a panel entrance to match the cupboards and the ground plan signifies there may be additionally a wine fridge.

Just some toes shorter than the lounge, the bed room has the advantage of two exposures with three home windows whole. The closet is angled which could make hanging a bit awkward, however there may be one other closet within the corridor and a linen closet exterior the toilet.

That rest room, which does not seem like as not too long ago renovated because the kitchen, has white fixtures and beige ground and wall tiles.

There’s laundry within the constructing together with a live-in tremendous and a motorbike room. No pets are allowed. It’s a no-fee itemizing, though there is not a point out whether or not there’s a charge concerned for the co-op evaluate.

Listed with Soranlly Adames-Lopez of Douglass Elliman, it’s priced at $2,300 a month. What do you suppose?

[Listing: 657 East 26th Street #5D | Broker: Douglas Elliman] GMAP

interior of unit 5d at 657 east 26th street

interior of unit 5d at 657 east 26th street

interior of unit5 d at 657 east 26th street

interior of unit d at 657 east 26th street

floorplan of unit 5d at 657 east 26th street

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