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This is a renovated one-bedroom duplex apartment located on St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem. All six front windows face St. Nicholas Park and City College. The apartment is on the 4th floor and 5th floors of a walk-up building with a buzzer/intercom system. There is the convenience of washing machines and dryers in the basement, as well as bike storage.
There are about 870 square feet of living space on two floors; living room and kitchen on the lower floor, and office, bedroom, and bathroom on the upper level. You’ll find a TV, a DVD player, stereo; plenty of books, plants, a large glass-top coffee table, and original art work in the living room. A small table with four chairs sits in front of the windows. The apartment is very bright and flooded with sunshine in the afternoons. The kitchen has all amenities like dishwasher, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster and many cooking utensils. A spiral stair case takes you upstairs to the office space. In the bedroom you find a queen size bed, a desk and a comfortable chair for reading and relaxing. Both living room and bedroom have an exposed brick wall and three windows each. The bathroom is standard with a shower and tub. To store your belongings there are a large walk-in closet in the living room and two closets in the bedroom. There is a queen size aero bed available for extra sleeping accommodations.
This apartment is located on St. Nicolas Avenue in Harlem, a neighborhood in uptown Manhattan. Harlem has recently experienced a second renaissance and has become a popular destination. The apartment is in walking distance to the historic districts of Hamilton Heights (Sugar Hill), Strivers Row, the Studio Museum, Schomberg Center, Apollo Theater, Bill Clinton’s former office, many great jazz clubs and restaurants.
The apartment is two blocks away from the 135th Street A/B/C subway stop. It takes 12 minutes to get to Columbus Circle and 20 minutes to West 4th Street. The 125 Street / Saint Nicholas Avenue gives you access to lines A, C. B and D, with an entrance on 127th street. The M3 bus stops directly in front of the building and travels along Central Park, Fifth Avenue, and past all the major museums down to the East Village. In the opposite direction you can take it to the Cloisters Museum. The next supermarket is two blocks away. Restaurants, bars, churches to hear fabulous Gospel, and great jazz clubs are all nearby.
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: Miriam B.,
Aug 13 2010
Apartment Rental: 1 month
Regarding the apartment rented through New York Habitat, everything was as expected. We found the furnished rental very lovely and comfortable, the same as the treatment received for your sales assistant who was very helpful and kind at all the times.