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Brand New Building...Steel Appliances...Crown Molding...Central Air...
With so much to offer, visit Scarsdale Commons and see if we have the apartment for you. Located at 70 Garth Road just minutes from the Village of Scarsdale and the Scarsdale Train Station, Scarsdale Commons features 43 spaciously designed 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartment residences, including penthouses with lofts. Monthly rents start at $2,700 for 1-bedroom, $3,700 for a 2-bedroom and $6,150 for a 3-bedroom residence. There are no application fees or amenity charges. Leases can be tailored for one year to up to five years. Each magnificently appointed residence features designer gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, double sinks, custom all-wood cabinets, serving islands and stainless steel appliances. Marble baths with oversized tubs, washer/dryer, parquet wood floors and 6-inchcrown moldings are all standard. Each residence has its own air conditioning and heating system as well as separate hot water heater. From the moment you enter Scarsdale Commons, you discover a new and more gracious style of apartment living. The lobby, concierge desk, hallways and elevators are designed and decorated in the refined old world style of a Park Avenue residence, with rich wood finishes and fine furnishings. Luxury amenities at Scarsdale Commons include an executive fitness center, massage room, business center, 24-hour emergency maintenance and a concierge to arrange for services including secretarial, housekeeping, limousine, personal trainer and massage. Ample covered parking is provided for residents and guests and each apartment residence includes one covered parking space at no charge.
Lease terms: 1-5 years offered. Security Deposit: 1 months rent. Pet Policy: Breed Restrictions apply. Call for restrictions.
Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Call for service animal policy.