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|information:UNFURNISHED - Utilities not included; Cable & WiFi $70/month; $150 exit cleaning fee|
Welcome to this fully furnished one bedroom apartment with extra sleeping alcove in the heart of Harlem. You will find it in the New York City borough of Manhattan at the corner of Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 138th Street. It is on the 2nd floor of a 5 story walk up (equivalent to the 1st European floor).
This one bedroom apartment with extra sleeping alcove features contemporary design and all you need to enjoy your stay in Harlem. A wall-mounted flat-screen television is installed in front of the sofa and a dining table allows for dinner at home. In the open-style kitchen you will find a microwave a coffee machine, an oven, a fridge and a freezer and all the necessary cookware and dishware. The bedroom features a double-sized bed and a closet for storage space. There is an extra sleeping alcove in the apartment with offers a single-sized bed.
Located in the heart of vibrant Harlem, this fully furnished rental is close to many bars and restaurants. Don’t hesitate to try the seafood at Lolo’s Seafood Shack (1.1mi/1.7km) or maybe a nice refreshing German beer at Bier International (1.3mi). Enjoy a night out of dancing at the Cotton Club (1.1mi/1.7km), home of some legendary jazz musicians such as Duke Ellington. At the southern end of Frederick Douglass Boulevard you will find a few boutiques, and surrounding the low-rise building you will be able to find many laundromats. Two streets away is the Saint Nicholas Park (0.1mi/160m) where people meet up to play basketball or handball on the courts, barbecue during the sunny season or where the children can enjoy the outdoors on the playgrounds.
Nearby you will have the subway 135 Street / Lenox Avenue (0.3mi) and 135 Street / Saint Nicholas Avenue (0.5mi).
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.