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Live like a local in Hamilton Heights, a neighborhood of Uptown Manhattan, with this spacious one bedroom duplex on West 154th Street & Saint Nicholas Avenue!
The 700sqft (65sqm) one bedroom home is located on the 1st and 2nd floors (considered ground and 1st in Europe) of a 4-story walkup townhouse built in the prewar era. An intercom security system provides protection and a shared laundry facility on-site makes this a great choice for longer stays!
The New York apartment offers an elegant interior with a modern twist, featuring hardwood floors, wall accessories and a bright pink futon (double) in the living room that adds a pop of color. Looking to spend a lazy day inside? Hang out on the futon and turn on the cable television, or make yourself and your friends a meal in the fully-equipped kitchen, which even boasts a dishwasher for easy clean-up. Tenants can choose between using the small table in the kitchen, or the larger dining table in the living room. Spanning approximately 300sqft (27.8sqm), the bedroom is arguably the most beautiful room in the house. Featuring a traditional area rug over hardwood floors and matching curtains of pink, the space includes a queen-sized bed, full-length mirror, egg-shaped chair and deep closet space for item storage.
Filled with beautiful prewar brownstone buildings, hilly parks and impressive museums, Hamilton Heights, Manhattan presents a calmer, greener neighborhood than its Downtown and Midtown counterparts. With this home just off of Amsterdam Avenue, tenants will be surrounded by such parks as Riverbank State Park (0.8mi/1.3km), overlooking the Hudson River, and Highbridge Park (0.2mi/290m), neighboring the Harlem River. Make the best of your time here by immersing yourself in Harlem and uptown culture – this means exploring neighborhood staples such as the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center (0.7mi/1.1km), Hamilton Grange National Memorial (0.8mi/1.3km) and Hispanic Society of America Museum & Library (0.3mi/500m). Looking to knock back a drink after a long day of sightseeing? Head to Harlem Public (0.4mi/700m), a popular bar boasting both great drinks and food!
Public transportation around Manhattan and into other NYC boroughs is easy from here. To get to the world-famous tourist sites of Midtown, hop on the D express train just 6 stops to 42nd Street! The nearest subway stations to this duplex apartment are:
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