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A 1-bedroom furnished apartment in a New York Brownstone, this charming space has painted brick interiors, high ceilings, and hardwood flooring. Welcome to Upper West Side life! This furnished rental sits near 80th Street and Columbus Avenue in this well-thought-of Manhattan neighborhood. Please note, the brownstone has no elevator and the apartment is located on the fourth floor (equivalent to the third floor in Europe).
The bedroom has a double-size bed and closet, and the hardwood that began in the main room continues here. Also in the main room, there is a sofa, dining table, and TV. Together, these two rooms constitute a classic-style New York dwelling. A soft color palette, interesting design features—such as arching, stained glass interior windows and decorative molding—and old-school materials combine in this apartment to make a unique space. The kitchen has cabinet storage and a full suit of appliances. The bathroom has a tub and tile.
The tree-lined street in front of this apartment leads directly to the American Museum of Natural History (a one-block journey). Beyond that, Central Park sprawls across more than 800 acres of the horizon. The park entrance at the museum is 0.2 miles (around 322 meters) from two park attractions, the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre and the Delacorte Theater. In total, this is a half-mile (around 800 meters) walk from the apartment. If your entertainment ambitions are not to be satisfied in the park, head to the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts a mile from the apartment (around 1.6 km). There are restaurnats and there is shopping along the way.
Three blocks from the apartment, the subway station at 79th Street and Broadway runs the 1 train. Also three blocks distant, the station at 81st Street and Central Park West runs the B and C trains. A half-mile distant (around 800 meters), the 72nd Street and Broadway station runs the 1, 2, and 3 trains.