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|Feb 06 2020||open||2||
|information:Current tenant may extend-More than 4 months-Basic Cable+Internet Included-Electric & Gas Not incl.|
|information:Current tenant may extend -1 to 4 months-Basic Cable + Internet Included-Electric & Gas Not Included|
This alcove studio apartment is located in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York. It is on the third floor (known as second in Europe) of a walk-up townhouse, originally built in 1920. The 738-ft² (about 69 square meters) furnished unit has a southern exposure and the entrance of the house is secured with a buzzer-intercom system.
The apartment is lined with hardwood floors throughout and a window in the air-conditioned living area lets in the natural light. It is furnished in an eclectic fashion with a queen sized sofa bed, which serves as the sleeping accommodation located opposite the mounted TV with optional cable. Shelving along the walls and the closet offers options for where to place your belongings. Drink your morning coffee at the dining table in the center of the living space. The open kitchen has white cabinetry that provides ample storage space and the in unit washer and dryer. It is equipped with stainless steel appliances and utensils. The tiled bathroom contains a bathtub-shower, toilet, and sink with vanity and mirror.
The alcove studio is situated on 118th Street and 7th Avenue in Harlem. Lined with brownstone homes, this neighborhood has become popular for its beautiful housing stock and the convenience to Midtown Manhattan. The main campus of the prestigious Ivy League school, Columbia University (0.7mi/1.2km), is located in the adjacent neighborhood of Morningside Heights. The iconic Central Park (0.5mi/800m), is a great place to go for a bike ride or jog, enjoy a picnic by the lake, of visit the zoo. Try popular restaurants in the area like Sylvia’s (0.5mi/900m) and Red Rooster (0.5mi/800m) for a taste of Southern comfort food. There are several bars and lounges nearby, where you can enjoy live jazz music. Learn more about the history and culture of Harlem at The National Jazz Museum (0.7mi/1.1km).
Take the subway at the 116 Street / Lenox Avenue (0.2mi/350m) station, just 2 blocks away; it provides access to the 2 and 3 express trains that offer a quick commute to the downtown area of NYC. Alternatively, you can walk to 116 Street / 8 Avenue (0.3mi/500m) to catch the B and C trains.
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: Miguel Angel C.,
Sep 12 2008
Apartment Rental: 1 month
All was perfect [with this New York apartment rental]