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This studio is located in bustling East Village near the Lower East Side, neighborhoods known for their vibrant nightlife and artistic sensibility. The apartment is on the fifth floor of the building with elevator and also features a large private roof terrace space.
The apartment is an open studio, which the owner uses as an artists space. The layout of the apartment is similar to a working studio. There is one wall, which is filled with canvasses of the owner’s artwork. The room has a dining table with 4 chairs, a queen sized bed, a TV with DVD player and an air conditioner. There is also a grand piano and an electric piano. The apartment is quite bright with its four windows facing out to the north. The kitchen is open to the living room and includes a dishwasher, stove and refrigerator. Plenty of pots, pans, dishes and utensils are available. There is an island, which has four stools. The bathroom is standard and includes a tub/shower, w/c and sink with vanity.
Please note that the living room and the bedroom are wheelchair accessible. However the kitchen and bathroom are not.
The roof terrace is quite spacious and includes a large dining table, three lounge chairs and an electric grill. There is a small view of the Empire State Building and plenty of sun throughout the day.
The location of the apartment is close to the subway at 1st Avenue and Houston Street. There are many restaurants in the neighborhood including several lining Avenue A. A short walk away on Essex Street there is a fresh food market.
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: Elisabete F.,
Nov 19 2012
Apartment Rental: 2 months
I felt cold in the apartment, I missed blankets mainly when Sandy happened. More sheets is necessary too. The building had no lights for an emergency, so we had to walk in dark in stairs. The studio is simple but is good. I was very happy with the owner, who gave me all help when happened the black-out. I had to go back earlier, but I enjoyed very much.
Answer by: Apartment Owner
Dec 26 2012
Thanks for your review, Elisabete. Hurricane Sandy was indeed a special circumstance and it was quite difficult to prepare for its magnitude! Please know that John, my friend who helps me maintain the apartment, is always around should guests need anything. We hope you enjoyed New York!