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Lined with shiny hardwood floors and tastefully furnished with a modern déor, this two bedroom apartment is fully furnished and ready for your visit to New York City! Located in the quiet and homey Ridgewood neighborhood in Queens, this apartment lies on the top floor of a three-story walk-up townhouse (equivalent to the European two-story).
You will appreciate having privacy and intimacy with the two bedrooms being situated on opposite sides of the apartment. Though simply furnished, the living room in between has an elegant style, created by the combination of black furniture and white walls. The kitchen features a full range of cabinets for a lot of storage space, and has a microwave in addition to all the basic amenities. It also has a dining table with matching chairs seating four. The birch wood colored furniture combined with the white walls and decoration in shades of beige add a touch of class to the two bedrooms, creating a dreamy feeling. Bedroom #1 features a Queen size bed and a TV and bedroom #2 is furnished with a double bed. They both have a closet for storage and two windows making the rooms very bright. The bathroom is tiled and has a small window for air circulation.
Located at Woodward Avenue and Himrod Street, you will be two short blocks away from Cleveland Park where you can find a softball field, handball and basketball courts as well as a small playground. The main thoroughfares in Ridgewood are Fresh Pond Road and Myrtle Avenue, both within less than a mile (1.6 km) away from the apartment. Myrtle Avenue is lined with small stores, restaurants and fast food chains. Head to the Metro Mall on Metropolitan Avenue in Middle Village for more chains (1.3 miles / 2 km). Ridgewood is also known for its brick and stone two-story buildings from the early 20th century, mostly built by German immigrants. The detailed facades they constructed are rare anywhere else in Queens! 0.6 miles (960 meters) east is St. Matthias, a Roman Catholic that has to be one of the most beautiful church exteriors in New York City, with honey-colored brick on tree-lined Catalpa Avenue. Additionally, you have the benefit of the trendy neighborhood of Bushwick (Brooklyn) just on the other side of Wyckoff Avenue, with a range of dining and drinking options!
Commuting to the rest of the city is very easy. Simply take the L train at DeKalb Avenue / Wyckoff Avenue. It crosses Manhattan east to west along 14th Street and makes many stops throughout Williamsburg on the way to the city! You can also take the M line at Seneca Avenue / Palmetto Street that crosses the Williamsburg Bridge on its way to Manhattan. Make sure to enjoy the views of the New York skyline while crossing the bridge!
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.