Extended Stay Apartments
in Manhattan’s Quintessential UES

Elegant and welcoming 1871 House offers spacious antique-filled studio and 1-bedroom apartments and suites residing in a classic 19th-century townhouse at the southern end of the Upper East Side. Each apartment can accommodate one or two persons.

High ceilings, windows overlooking tree-lined East 62nd Street, original architectural details, carved marble fireplaces, four-poster beds and book collections set our suites apart. 

With a convenient central location in the luxurious Lenox Hill neighborhood, in close proximity to East Midtown, Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, top-ranked world-renown hospitals, endless retail options, excellent restaurants, multiple subway lines and much more, 1871 House is the perfect choice whether one is traveling on business or for pleasure.  

Corporate Housing Rental Apartments – Long Term Apartment Rentals – Monthly Long-Term Rentals – Upper East Side Monthly Rentals.  1871 House offers one-of-a kind extended-stay apartments and suites for those seeking the privacy and comforts of home while away. A cross between apartments, hotels and traditional bed & breakfasts, the furnished rental apartments provide well-appointed Upper East Side accommodations with the look and feel of a sophisticated English bed and breakfast albeit being right in the thick of Manhattan’s bustling city.

Although each of our apartments offer different experiences, they all generally feature beautifully proportioned, light-filled rooms, quality antiques, parquet wood floors covered with exquisite Oriental rugs, fully equipped kitchens, charmingly dressed beds, snug sitting areas facing grand fireplaces and flat-screen televisions. Details such as the decorative ironwork and ornate moldings convey an old-world charm. Design elements reminiscent of Shabby Chic and Ralph Lauren give the apartments a cozy chic ambiance.

Those who are keen to appreciate historic charm, antiques and traditional architecture will certainly fall in love with 1871 House. The private and intimate apartments offer a comfortable temporary home for traveling professionals, performing artists, long-stay medical visitors, corporate relocations, or tourists on an extended holiday. 

Serene privacy and unmatched convenience will immediately endear you to 1871 House’s lovely side block of beautiful prewar buildings and townhomes that have that old-world, New York glamour and the Upper East Side neighborhood at large. East 62nd Street between Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue is a quiet, tree-lined residential enclave for some of New York’s most prestigious addresses.

Tucked away on a quiet Lenox Hill block, the five-story home offers an exceptional living experience and is situated in a beautiful row of townhouses in Lenox Hill on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. 130 East 62nd Street is one of several surviving Italianate style row houses on East 62nd Street between Park and Lexington Avenues. The house was originally one of a row of four brownstone houses constructed in 1871. Although most of its original ornament remains, the house has been altered by the removal of its stoop in 1912. The house is significant not only for its architectural merit but its location in the coveted landmarked Upper East Side Historic District.  East 62nd Street between Park and Lexington Avenues is one of the few blocks in the historic district to retain a substantial number of row-houses from the early period of Upper East Side development.  The classic townhome is perfectly situated on one of the most beautiful tree-lined blocks and home to numerous classic brownstone townhomes, grand mansions and luxury prewar apartment buildings as well as convenient to extensive shopping and dining options of the neighborhood.

1871 House is located in the Epicenter of Retail, Business, and Culture. Centrally located within Manhattan’s Upper East Side Historic District and within close proximity to bustling Midtown Manhattan, 1871 House’s neighborhood is situated within the boundaries of Lenox Hill, and offers a bountiful selection of restaurants and cafes as well as easy access to public transportation. Madison Avenue’s luxury retail shops, Fifth Avenue, and Central Park are just a stone’s throw away, as are some of the City’s most fabulous and world-renowned cultural and performing arts institutions including the Frick, MoMA, Carnegie Hall and the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts. Broadway and Times Square are also minutes away by subway or taxi.

The neighborhood has much else to offer, from some of the finest boutiques and restaurants in New York, to the fabulous Museum Mile, to the dream-row of all true shoppers – that stretch including Bloomingdales and Bergdorf Goodman. Other close attractions include Manhattan’s exclusive Decoration & Design Building (D&D building) and the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center, where architects, designers, and collectors from around the world travel for the concentration of design and home furnishings showrooms and galleries. For medical professionals and extended-stay medical visitors, there are many nearby hospitals within walking distance including Memorial Sloan Kettering, Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center and Hospital for Special Surgery. Nearby colleges include Marymount and Hunter College. Barnard and Columbia College of Columbia University are a 20-minute Uber or taxi ride away.

Immerse yourself in the iconic moments from Gossip Girl, Sex and the City, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s all in one incredible experience. If you’re a SATC fan, you’ve probably wondered what it would be like to live in Carrie Bradshaw’s Upper East Side apartment in the iconic Manhattan brownstone on Sex and the City. Or perhaps you’ve imagined yourself mingling with the stylish characters of Gossip Girl in their luxurious Upper East Side apartments. And who could forget the timeless elegance of Audrey Hepburn’s stylish townhouse apartment in the classic 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany’s?

A stay at the 1871 House, offers guests the chance to bring these dreams to life. The historic Manhattan brownstone, located at 130 East 62nd Street, was designed by the esteemed architect John Sexton in the Italianate style, just like the famous brownstone featured in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Stepping through our doors, guests will be transported to a bygone era, surrounded by the charm and elegance of old New York City.

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