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If you spend your day in the busy Manhattan, you will appreciate coming home to the residential and homey Ridgewood, a neighborhood in Queens, New York, lined with beautiful brick and stone buildings from the early 20th century. Furnished with the essentials, your one bedroom apartment lies on the first floor (equivalent of the European ground floor) of a charming three-story walk-up townhouse, and has been tastefully decorated to provide a welcoming atmosphere.
One of the perks of this apartment is that it has windows in every room, including the bathroom, making it a bright environment. The off-white walls combined with high ceilings create a light and airy space, and are perfectly balanced with the warm coloring of the hardwood floors. The combination of kitchen and living area into one area enables you to continue chatting with your guests while cooking. In the kitchen you will find all the basic amenities giving you the freedom to cook at home, including a small gas stove and a mini refrigerator, as well as a microwave. The bedroom features a double bed and has two armchairs providing another nook for reading or watching TV for example. From the bedroom you will have access to the bathroom that is equipped with a bathtub/shower and a small mirrored medicine cabinet above the sink.
From this one bedroom apartment located at Fairview Avenue and Grove Street, you will be surrounded by all the daily commodities: there is a deli right around the corner to pick up your last minute items, you can find a laundromat 3 blocks away on Palmetto and Fairview Avenues, and a post office and Rite Aid pharmacy are located 0.5 miles away (800 meters) at the corner of Woodbine Street and Fresh Pond Road. In addition here are some of the places that are worth visiting in and around the Ridgewood area:
For public transportation to Manhattan, there is a subway station at Forest Avenue / 67 Avenue, served by the M train. This train runs to Lower and Midtown Manhattan, making stops in the vibrant Bushwick and Williamsburg, one of NYC's hippest neighborhoods!
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: Jon Paul W.,
Nov 17 2014
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 4 months
We loved the owners. They were extremely friendly and helped us with so much. The apartment was really nice. However we found mold on the shower curtain and my wife was getting sick from it. So when we des covered this we got s new one. And for part of the stay we only had a mini fridge that didn't work so well. The owners were great and bought us brand new large fridge when we told them the issue. Over all great place, nice neighborhood. A little far from the city but close to the m train so that helped.
Review by: Chloe D.,
Oct 06 2014
Apartment Rental: 26 days
Cozy and quiet, this small apartment is a little too far away from Manhattan. Very good if you don't mind taking the train! Peaceful neighborhood, the other tenants of the building were quiet too.