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|information:Heat, Cable, water & wireless internet included; Electric & gas incl. up to $75/mnth;$200 cleaning|
Artfully furnished, this one-bedroom apartment located in a classic brownstone at Lenox Avenue and West 123rd Street is located in the heart of Harlem, one of New York’s most historic residential neighborhoods. The building has a modern security system and your garden apartment features its own backyard. The one bedroom is on the ground floor, so you’ll never have to bother with stairs or an elevator and has a backyard to allow you to enjoy the outdoors without having to go too far!
The open layout of this apartment has a welcoming and stylish feel, with great touches such as a decorative fireplace. The living room is an ideal place to recharge with the home theater system after a busy day in the city and you’ll love the lounge chair and sofa that pulls out into a queen-sized bed. Your kitchen features a small dining area with chairs and all the appliances and equipment you’ll need to cook during your visit, including a microwave, toaster, convection oven, and coffee maker. Please note however that the apartment does not have a stove.
The bedroom is at the rear of the unit and includes two queen beds for your comfort and convenience. The window looks out into your lovely backyard, and air conditioning is provided for the summer months. You’ll also find another television here with cable, eliminating fights about what to watch! Sheets, towels, and linens are all provided for you during your stay. The small bedroom is in a small nook between the living room and bedroom and has the expected bathtub with shower and WC.
Harlem is a bustling neighborhood rich with culture and tradition, and it’s quickly becoming one of New York City’s most popular residential neighborhoods. You’ll love the beautiful architecture and great cuisine that defines the area, with one of Uptown’s most famous culinary destinations, Sylvia’s Soul Food Restaurant, just a few streets away. For shopping, a quick walk to 125th Street will yield a diverse selection of options, with everything from grocery stores and Laundromats to the retailer H & M. You’re also just down the street from Marcus Garvey Park, a hilly and heavily forested retreat well-known for the Harlem Fire Watchtower, a historic landmark over 150 years old which was used to spot fires back when NYC featured primarily wooden buildings.
Getting around the rest of NYC is easy, with the 2 and 3 trains easily accessible at nearby Lenox Avenue and 125th Street. Both trains travel along the West Side of Manhattan and run express, and they will quickly transport you to many of the city’s most popular destinations.
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