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This 1200-ft² (111 m²) two bedroom apartment is in Harlem, a neighborhood in Uptown Manhattan. It is on the third floor of a 4-story walk-up townhouse. The entrance of this typical 1920’s New York brownstone is secured with a buzzer /color-video intercom system. The furnished unit is exposed to both the north and south, respectively overlooking the street and neighboring rooftops. Take advantage of the added perks like wifi internet access, in-unit washer / dryer.
The air-conditioned rental has hardwood flooring and classic features like exposed brick walls and decorative fireplaces that offer a stark contrast to the modern fittings. Aside from the numerous windows throughout, skylights in the living area and bathroom let in the sunlight. The living space contains a double futon and couch, as well as a closet where you can store your belongings. The living room opens onto the kitchen, which has white tiled flooring, wooden cupboards, and granite counters. Additionally, it’s equipped with a double sink, tableware, and stainless steel appliances, among them a state-of-the-art digital fridge. The dining area beside it has a table that seats four guests, near the wall-mounted 55” (140 cm) flat-screen TV. The bedrooms are next to each other and both are furnished with queen-size beds and offer adequate closet space. The bathroom has tiles all around and a large, mirrored medicine cabinet, where you can place all of your toiletries. The beige washbasin matches the jacuzzi tub and toilet.
Located on West 119th Street & Lenox Avenue, this two bedroom apartment is within close proximity of several NYC attractions and popular venues among neighborhood residents. For a relaxing day, head 10 blocks south to Central Park. Take a stroll along its scenic paths, have a picnic by the lake, and take a look at the animals at the zoo. Visit the outdoor Malcolm Shabbazz Harlem Market (0.3 miles or 480 meters) and find exotic African pieces, dance to the global tunes, and try classic dishes from countries like Senegal and Kenya. If you prefer traditional American cuisine, don’t miss out on the delicious comfort food at Red Rooster (8 blocks south on 119th street) or the ‘Gospel Sunday Menu’ at Sylvia’s—The Queen of Soul Food! Riverside Park, a mile (1.6 km) away, runs along the Hudson River and is next to the prestigious Ivy League university, Columbia. Other neighborhoods in the vicinity include East Harlem—also known as “El Barrio” due to its predominant Hispanic community, Morningside Heights, Upper East Side and Upper West Side.
Public transportation is readily available, and the subway offers a practical commute to other areas of the city. The 116 Street / 8 Avenue station, 5 blocks away, is on the B and C lines, while the 116 Street / Lenox Avenue station (4 blocks) provides access to lines 1 and 2.
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