The Lexington Suite
TYPE: Full-Floor Suite
MAX GUESTS: 3
BED SIZE(S): 2 queen-size beds
ROOM SIZE: 805 sq. ft.
For the finest short term lodging in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, NYC, escape to the Lexington Suite, which occupies the entire fourth floor of 1871 House. The suite consists of a rear bedroom with a queen bed in addition to a large front room with another queen-size bed and adjacent open living area. There is no separate living room. There is a small room in the back of the room that can be used as a den, office, lounge or dining space. A full kitchen and central private en-suite bathroom complete the nearly 1000 square feet of luxury.
The Lexington Suite offers the unique advantage of two high-perched but radically diverging views, from the front and the back of this full-floor suite. From the front, the windows reveal the tops of townhouses not unlike 1871 House, water towers rising above them, and a few larger, more recent apartment buildings reaching up beyond them at the fringes. A look through the window in one of the Lexington Suite’s back bedrooms displays, instead, the figure of fully realized modernity, with a few of the soaring skyscrapers of Midtown, including the just-completed new addition to the NYC skyline, the enormous residential building at 432 Park Avenue.
The front, north-facing room fills with light coming through three lace-clad windows, which are state-of-the-art thermo-pane, reducing noise and insulating well. A large sitting and dining area with a table and five chairs adjoins the Tuscan Ralph Lauren bed. An American Empire chest of drawers and fireplace round out the room.
The kitchen of the Lexington Suite features a refrigerator, microwave, toaster, dishwasher, stove/oven, and coffeemaker.
Sony Bravia 26″ LCD HDTV with ROKU attachment for streaming your favorite shows or movies on Netflix, Amazon or other available apps.
We think you should know:
-As 1871 House is a historical building and retains much of its 19th Century structure, it is not suited for all accessibility needs.
-The charming, late 1800s townhouse, is not a modern structure – think creaky floorboards and things as such.
-There’s no elevator in the building and the apartment is four flights up from the entry hall level, so be prepared to haul your luggage.
-This apartment does not have a buzzer system
-The kitchen is older but still good enough to prepare your morning coffee and other basics, just don’t expect to flex your culinary muscles
-One of the queen beds is in the living room
-Two persons maximum permitted in the apartment
-As this is NYC, you shouldn’t expect the streets below to be quiet – there may be construction or traffic noise nearby.
-The fireplaces are only decorative
-a/c available June-October (supplemental fee).
-Smoking is not permitted.
-Pets are not permitted.
-Equipment such the apartment’s a/cs are stored in the closets of the apartment