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|information:1 year minimum - Electric, gas, heat, WiFi & cable TV included; $200 exit cleaning fee|
This one bedroom at Perry Street and West 4th Street offers a winning combination of great location and thoughtful furnishings. The apartment is located on the third floor (second floor for Europeans) of a Greenwich Village five story walk up on a tree-lined street in New York City’s West Village neighborhood. The building features a full security system.
The apartment has an open feel, and you enter through the kitchen, where you’ll find stainless steel appliances and all the required essentials for cooking during your time here, as well as a dining table. The living area offers a comfortable sofa and a mounted flat screen television. Wireless internet is available throughout the apartment, and the air conditioning unit in the living room effectively cools the space. Sliding doors lead to the bedroom where you’ll find a queen sized bed and window. The bathroom has a bathtub with shower and WC, and is situated near the entrance to the apartment.
The West Village is one of Manhattan’s most iconic neighborhoods, and your apartment is near many of its best offerings. Have an afternoon snack with a cupcake from the renowned Magnolia Bakery just two streets away. The area is well known for its jazz clubs and excellent nightlife and you are within walking distance of some of New York’s finest restaurants. Try the banana French toast at Extra Virgin around the corner on West 4th Street or the acclaimed Italian cuisine at nearby Morandi. The Hudson River Greenway is a great place to go jogging or cycling and features excellent views of the river and New Jersey skyline.
There are several public subway stations nearby. You can take the 1, 2, and 3 trains at 14th Street and Seventh Avenue, a short distance away (.3 miles or approximately 480 meters). The 1 train Christopher Street stop is also within walking distance. You also have direct access to Jersey City, Hoboken and Newark thanks to the close proximity of the PATH train, which stops at 9th Street and Seventh Avenue.
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.