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Live like a local in Washington Heights, Manhattan with this spacious alcove studio of approximately 450sqft (41.8sqm)! Located on Jumel Terrace and 162nd Street, the bright and modern alcove studio apartment sits on the 3rd American floor of a 4-story prewar walk-up brownstone townhouse.
This lovely alcove studio set within a classic brownstone building features beloved pre-war qualities, such as high ceilings and hardwood floors. There is a separate alcove area to the side of the home, equipped with a double futon bed – allowing tenants some privacy!
Four windows facing the street provide the home with natural midday sunlight. Amenities include a flat-screen television, desk for comfortable workspace and a long dining table for four. The kitchenette offers tiled floors, cabinetry and some essential cooking appliances including an oven with four electric burners, microwave and fridge/freezer. Closet space is available.
Washington Heights is an uptown neighborhood of Manhattan, New York. Known for its beautiful parks and close-knit community, the area feels surprisingly residential for Manhattan. It offers a hub of eateries, bars and basic living facilities – all within walking distance of the apartment! Adding convenience to your stay, the nearest Laundromat (Four Angels Laundromat) is just 0.1mi/220m away. Other basic living facilities within walking distance include C-Town Supermarket and Rite Aid Pharmacy. For the best restaurants, walk along Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway. Listed below are some suggestions of what to do while in the area.
Morris-Jumel Mansion: Check out the oldest house in Manhattan, having served as a headquarters for both sides in the American Revolution. Located just outside your door! 279ft/85m. Accessible via foot.
Highbridge Park: This park is literally just a hop and a skip from the apartment for rent. Featuring beautiful greenery and holding some historic significance (Coogan’s Bluff in Highbridge Park was once the home of New York Giants baseball team and the first home of the New York Mets), this well-kept landscape overlooks the beautiful Harlem River. 374ft/110m. Accessible via foot.
For public transportation around New York City, simply walk to the C train at 163 Street / Amsterdam Avenue / Saint Nicholas Avenue (459ft/140m). Travelers can switch to the quicker express train (A line) at 145th Street / Saint Nicholas Avenue.
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.
Review by: Catherine S.,
Mar 03 2018
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 6 months
Mr. Nelson was attentive to our needs and created a very hospitable environment. He was also giving of his time showing us the neighborhood and explaining the history. The African Gallery Space was a pleasant surprise and it pleased my soul whenever I would return to the apartment. A unique and rewarding stay that we will never forget.