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|Jun 30 2020||open||3||
|information:Internet included. Electricity not included. $150 Move out cleaning fee|
Bordered by The Bronx and Washington Heights, it’s no wonder why Harlem is so eccentric and magical. Discover it all from this fully furnished two bedroom apartment, which can be found between West 130th Street & Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard. Building amenities include an in-unit washer and dryer and security system.
Ever wanted to live in a brownstone? You can here! It doesn’t get any more New York than brownstones and exposed brick, which are both present in this furnished apartment rental. The living room has a cozy layout of a couch, chair, and TV, which makes entertaining and comfortable conversation easy. Heading over to the kitchen in the open layout takes seconds, and makes the space feel even bigger. Enjoy cooking and preparing meals with your stove, microwave, toaster, and refrigerator. Cleanup has never been easier with the dishwasher, a rarity in NYC, and energy on the go is quick with your coffee maker! You’ll find more white painted exposed brick trickled through the entirety of the apartment, especially in the bedrooms. The master offers optimal comfort with a Queen sized bed, while Bedroom 2 offers two twin sized beds that can be connected to make a king-sized bed for extra sleeping space. And never miss a view from the windows in the bedrooms and the living room – you’ll regret it!
With close proximity to the Harlem River and Harlem River Park great views are just minutes away! The apartment is on a beautiful, quiet residential block. It's a short walk to Harlem's great restaurant scene, nightlife, cultural institutions and parks:
With the city at your fingertips there’s no limit to what you can explore, so hop on the train at your nearest subway station 135 Street / Lenox Avenue and get to it!
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.