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Located on the corner of West 118th Street and Lenox Ave, this two-bedroom duplex apartment is found in the center of the neighborhood of Harlem. Found just one block away from Marcus Garvey Park and eight blocks away from Central Park, this two-bedroom is located minutes away from nature and trendy restaurants in the area.
Picture yourself in the time period of 1920 through 1930. This was the time period the Harlem Renaissance. Strolling through your neighborhood you’d be walking through the same streets as historical figured from the past that shaped the current neighborhood of what it is today. This beautiful two-bedroom duplex apartment is located on the first and second floor (ground floor and first floor in European) on a beautiful classic New York City townhouse. Everything about this apartment is grand. Walking through the main door to this two-bedroom duplex apartment you see an open space living with an endless exposed brick wall. This is truly New York City. In the living room you have two grand windows bringing in natural light to the apartment. You have a sofa, an A/C unit, and a fireplace in the living room. Flowing from the living room you have the dining room, with your second fireplace and a dining table that can easily seat six people. In the kitchen, you have a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, a dishwasher, an oven with a four-burner stove, and a window. The kitchen has a continuation of the exposed brick wall on one side. Both bedrooms are grand and fully furnished in a contemporary look with a full-size bed, sheets, an A/C unit, windows, and desk in each room for any work from home that needs to be submitted. Both bathrooms are equipped with a separate shower and tub, towels, a water closet, and a bidet and window in one bathroom. This apartment comes with a washer and dryer and is covered in hardwood floors. For an additional grand moment, this duplex apartment has its own private terrace.
The neighborhood that shaped the music genre of jazz of what it is today, Harlem is historic in all way. If you are looking for jazz clubs, comfort food, or indie boutiques this is the place to be. Ideally, the best part of being in Harlem is the walking through the streets of where the townhouses are and trees as tall as them. These 19th century townhouses shape the façade of Harlem. Just a block away from your apartment you have Marcus Garvey Park, and just eight blocks away (0.4 miles / 0.6 km) you have Central Park. Two blocks away from your apartment at 116th street and Lenox Ave you have the 116th Street Subway giving you access to lines 2 and 3. On Frederick Douglas Blvd and 116th street you have the second 116th street subway station giving you access to lines A, B, and C. From there, New York City is your oyster.