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Surrounded by the river on three sides, and having Inwood Hill Park, Fort Tryon Park and Isham Park right at your doorsteps, this room for rent in Inwood will give you the feeling of living in the suburbs without leaving Manhattan! In fact, the express subway will take you to Midtown Manhattan in no time! This room is located in a two bedroom apartment share Uptown, in the northernmost section of Manhattan, on the top floor of a five-story (equivalent to the European four-story) walk-up building with Intercom security system.
Very bright with windows in every room including the kitchen and bathroom, this apartment share offers lovely views of Fort Tryon Park, one of the city’s most beautiful outdoor parks! Its exposed bricks and hardwood floors give it a classic New York feel, with a lot of charm and character. The room for rent (bedroom #1) features a double bed, a closet for storage and has a hammock decorating the wall to give you that vacation feeling while at home! It has a eastern exposed window overlooking the street, and air conditioning and wifi are also available. The living room, kitchen and bathroom are shared with your roommate. The living room is furnished with a sofa, dining table with chairs and has two windows facing the Cloisters at Fort Tryon Park. The kitchen is separate, allowing for you to cook in semi-privacy, and is equipped with appliances and utensils for all of your dining needs. The bathroom has the rare and original feature of an exposed brick wall and has a large shower screened by a glass door.
Located at Sherman Avenue & Academy Street, you will be surrounded by the Hudson River to the west and the Harlem River to the north and east. You will be only two blocks away from Fort Tryon Park, perfect place to picnic, run, play, and enjoy the historic architecture that has survived and thrived within the park. Perched high above are the Cloisters, the branch of the Metropolitan Museum devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe; as well as the Zagat rated New Leaf Restaurant and Bar, voted "Upper Manhattan's Most Romantic Restaurant." But the pride of the Inwood neighborhood has to be Inwood Hill Park. Here, in addition to playing fields and the spectacular views of the Hudson River and The Palisades, you will find the last natural forest in Manhattan. Inwood is also home to several restaurants serving food from different parts of the globe. For Mexican cuisine, head 0.4 miles (640 meters) north on 207 Street to Guadalupe bar and grill; for Italian, try Il Sole, 0.3 miles (480 meters) away on Dyckman Street. If you'd rather cook at home (while enjoying the views on the Cloisters), you will find a supermarket on Broadway, conveniently open 24 hours. There is also a laundromat on the very same block as the apartment building.
From this two bedroom apartment you will be able to commute easily to the lower parts of New York City. The A train at Dyckman Street / Broadway offers an express service with only 7 stops to Columbus Circle in Midtown Manhattan! It goes all the way to Brooklyn and Queens, via Chelsea, the vibrant Greenwich Village and Financial District. Alternatively you can take the 1 train at Dyckman Street / Nagle Avenue, making local stops throughout Manhattan from north to south along Broadway.
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.