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This is a two bedroom apartment in Harlem, New York. Located in a historic community of Manhattan, this apartment offers an enchanting neighborhood brimming with important culture, gorgeous architecture, and pleasant parks.
This two bedroom home sits on West 130th Street & 7th Avenue. It is on the top floor of a four-story (considered 3-story in Europe) 21st century walk-up building. Brightly furnished and lined with parquet floors, this accommodation is ideal for the travelling family.
In the living room, one queen-sized sofa bed presents space for overnight guests. Two windows ventilate the space. Other highlights include a blazing red sofa and desk for easy completion of workloads. A wooden dining table fits up to six people.
A separate kitchen incorporates tiled flooring and ample cabinet space. Most basic cooking appliances are offered, allowing residents to create delicious home-cooked meals – a rarity in NYC! The tiled bathroom supplies a tub/shower with curtain.
Bedroom 1 is the master bedroom. It provides a king-sized bed, air conditioning, and closet space is provided. A window looks out to the garden below.
Bedroom 2 includes one double-sized bed, dresser drawers and a large closet accommodate item storage and two windows ventilate the space. Air conditioning is available.
Harlem, Manhattan presents a hub of entertainment sources and important historical buildings and West 130th between Lenox and 7th is now part of a Historic District. Rapidly growing in popularity, it offers some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the city – especially the panoramic view from Marcus Garvey Park! Listed below are some suggestions of where to go in the area.
- LLI Laundromat Ltd: Nearest Laundromat. Located at 361 Malcolm X Blvd. Accessible via foot.
- Abyssinian Baptist Church: First African-American Baptist Church in New York State. Accessible via foot.
- Studio Museum in Harlem: Featuring contemporary art by African, African-American, and Caribbean artists. Located at 144 West 125th Street. Accessible via foot.
-Whole Foods store 5 blocks away
Pets are considered on a case by case basis
For public transportation around Manhattan walk to 135th Street and Lenox Avenue for the 2 and 3 trains. 0.3mi/500m.