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Netflix and Chill rentals perfect for your night in

Nothing ruins a "Netflix and Chill" night more than hearing the distinct, loud sounds of the city from right outside your fire escape.

You want peace and quite while enjoying your favorite feature fling - ahem - film.

Listed below are some hot spots currently available for rent for you and your date to cozy into for the night.

'Sun-Soaked Space on the Upper East Side'

400 E 67th Street #14D This Lenox
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400 E 67th Street #14D

This Lenox Hill locale is literally beaming, boasting floor-to-ceiling windows that let the sun shine in. Wine and dine in a fully-equipped Chef kitchen, and entertain your guests in the spacious dining alcove. The marble walls and flooring add an elegant touch to the modernity of the accommodations, which include a remotely-controlled window treatment and a multi-zone climate control systems. Residents are a part of the condo's Laurel Club, which grants access to glowing amenities, such as the private, theatre-style screening room (wink, wink).

Rent it for $9,995 at StreetEasy.com

'Riverside Rental in Green Building'

200 North End Avenue #11A Escape the
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200 North End Avenue #11A

Escape the concrete jungle in this serene space. Located in the Liberty Luxe complex along the Hudson River Promenade, this three bed and bath corner apartment boasts bamboo floors and cabinetry, as well as deluxe bathroom accommodations. The nearby parks and gardens offer an "out-of-city" state of mind, while Luxe's private screening room satisfies the Netflix bingers.

Rent it for $9,750 at StreetEasy.com

'Style and Space on 5th Avenue'

325 Fifth Avenue #39A Just steps from
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325 Fifth Avenue #39A

Just steps from the Empire State Building, this three bedroom apartment boasts 10 feet tall windows, which give way to spectacular views of the skyline. The full-service condominium features all the amenities to set the mood for Netflix and Chill, including massage rooms, a sauna, a lounge with a fireplace, and, of course, a screening room.

Rent it for $9,000 at StreetEasy.com

'Liberty Listing in FiDi'

20 West Street #41C This fully-furnished corner
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20 West Street #41C

This fully-furnished corner studio apartment is a treasure trove find for lovers of Lady Liberty. The layout includes a marble bath, spacious foyer, and breathtaking views of the Statue. The stylish Downtown Club has unparalleled accommodations for its tenants, including a media lounge, a yoga studio with complimentary classes, a sun deck, and, yes, you guessed it - a private screening room.

Rent it for $3,200 at StreetEasy.com

'New rental residence in the heart of North Williamsburg'

250 Bedford Avenue 129-410 Brooklyn's latest living
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250 Bedford Avenue 129-410

Brooklyn's latest living space is here. The Williamsburg Social features one and two bedroom residencies that are well-equipped with designer finishes, including brushed nickel fixtures and white oak floors. Each tenant is entitled to Social's all-inclusive amenity package, granting access to their communal dining areas, screening room, and intimate landscaped inner courtyards. Can you say romance?

Rent it for $3,411 at StreetEasy.com

'Modern living in Leonard Pointe'

395 Leonard Street #610 Described as
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395 Leonard Street #610

Described as "spacious," "quiet," and "private," this single bed and bath in Williamsburg is the perfect place for date night - and by date night, I mean Netflix and Chill. Features include high ceilings, hardwood floors, distinctive lighting fixtures, and a modern-tiled bathroom with a spa bathtub. Leonard Pointe's amenities are also beyond compare, as residents can enjoy a communal game room, rooftop access with sprawling views of Manhattan, and, what else, a screening room for those nights of "binge-watching."

Rent it for $3,200 at StreetEasy.com

Happy house hunting!

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