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This one bedroom apartment is located on the second floor (considered 1st by Europeans) of a 4-story walk-up brownstone house which is secured with an intercom and video phone system in Harlem, Uptown Manhattan. The apartment can be rented as a short-term vacation rental or as a monthly furnished rental. Wireless internet is available throughout the apartment, and a washer and dryer are located in the bathroom. The apartment has a northern and southern exposure.
The living room of the one bedroom apartment features hardwood floors, interior brick walls decorated with a beautiful picture of New York City, and a window that gives a view of the tree-lined street below. Furthermore, the room includes a queen-sized sofa bed, coffee table, and wall-mounted flat-screen TV with cable and DVD player. Note that the sofa bed does not provide the same comfort and sleeping experience as a real bed. A high dining table with two chairs stands next to the open kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, fridge plus freezer, microwave and dishwasher. A ceiling fan can be found in both the living room and bedroom. The bedroom has two windows with a southern exposure and a view of backyards, as well as an exposed brick wall. There is a queen-sized bed, a dresser, closet, and a desk table with chair in the room. The modern bathroom includes a shower with a large round showerhead, WC, and washbasin. Linen and towels are provided upon arrival.
The apartment can be found on West 119th Street between Lenox Avenue and 5th Avenue in Harlem. This thriving neighborhood offers great restaurants, convenient grocery stores and many shopping venues. Lenox Avenue is only one block west from the apartment, where you will find an abundant selection of restaurants, such as Ristorante Settepani and Native Restaurant, as well as the Lenox Lounge where you can enjoy some raw jazz music. Six blocks north of the apartment you will find the heart of Harlem at 125th Street with its many shops and the famous Apollo Theatre. To get some peace and quiet after a busy day, you can visit Marcus Garvey Park, one of the oldest public parks in Manhattan, just one block north of the apartment. Or if you’re up for a nice stroll through the neighborhood, you can also walk 9 blocks south to the iconic Central Park. To explore other neighborhoods in New York, you can take the 2 or 3 train at the 116 Street subway station just three blocks south of the apartment. Alternatively, you can also catch the B or C trains at another 116 Street station five blocks away, or the 6 train at yet another 116 Street subway station seven blocks away.
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: Agoro T.,
Mar 23 2014
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 2 months
Very pleasant apartment. We stayed there together as a family (2 adults and a child) for a long stay (several weeks).