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This apartment is on West 136th Street in Harlem, a historic part of Uptown Manhattan, New York. The apartment occupies the "Parlour Floor" of a 4-story brownstone building, considered by most Americans to be the 2nd floor, with a garden level apartment below it. There is a buzzer/intercom system for your guests to announce themselves.
The apartment includes many coveted characteristics to set it apart - exposed brick, decorative fireplaces dating from the original construction, and high ceilings. It also has great amenities, such as stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and the convenience of a washer/dryer for doing laundry at home. The bedroom is at the rear of the unit, facing away from the street toward the backyard garden area, providing you with more privacy and quieter nights. The room is furnished with two double size beds, as well as a dresser and a closet for storing your belongings.
Found in Harlem, this apartment is between the main thoroughfares of Lenox Avenue and 7th Avenue. Both of these streets are lined with local establishments, including casual restaurants and small convenience stores. There is a New York Public Library branch just next to the building, perfect for studying with reference materials and wireless Internet, and where you can pick up hold items sent from any of the other branches around the city. There is a YMCA about a block away, which has a heated swimming pool, and Saint Nicholas Park is just 2.5 blocks away, with plenty of grassy areas and trails for jogging. You'll find City College on the other side of the park, and Columbia University is only 2 subway stops away, contributing to the student vibe of the area.
The rest of New York City is at your fingertips with the 2 nearby subway stations; you have the 2/3 line only one block away, and the A/B/C line is 3 blocks from the apartment, both of which have local and express trains to make commuting more efficient.