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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. A table with 2 benches provide seating for 6 people. 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:
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: A Renter,
Jul 12 2023
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 1 month
Amazing Apartment and very convenient .