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This private studio apartment is in a bed-and-breakfast style shared walk up townhouse in Harlem, New York. Located on 123rd Street & Frederick Douglas Blvd, this fully-furnished studio is on the first floor (considered Ground in Europe) of a sunny four-story prewar brownstone building. For privacy purposes, an intercom and 24-hour security camera is in place. For additional convenience, an in-house caretaker is available.
This vacation rental home features a main living space, full kitchen, and separate bathroom. In total, the accommodation spans 300sqft/27.8sqm.
In the eclectically designed living room, a full-sized bed with fresh sheets faces a large mirror. Behind the bed, one ample window accommodates ventilation and natural illumination. Also provided are wooden floors, a night stand, and closet space for item storage. One round dining table with two chairs accommodates meal space. A flat-screen cable television with DVD player is available.
The tiled bathroom presents a full sized tub/shower, sink, mirror, fresh towels, and toilet. An open kitchen supplies cabinet space for item storage and most cooking necessities.
All linens are washed in lavender vanilla scented detergent. All towels are soft and fluffy.
Owners of building personally greet all residents. During the summer, this brownstone’s front entrance displays a garden of roses, lavender, and mandala.
This studio apartment is ideal for those seeking a peaceful setting within the bustling Manhattan community.
Owners ensure a “clean and serene” setting.
Please note: Two cute cats live in the building.
Harlem is a New York City neighborhood known for its historic architecture and cultural institutions. Listed below are just a few places to check out during your stay.
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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.