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Are you looking for a room to rent, but need a spacious and private accommodation? These rooms for rent in a two bedroom apartment share may be perfect for you!
Located on West 136th Street & Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem, NY, the rooms to rent sit on the 2nd American floor (considered 1st in Europe) of a 3-story prewar townhouse. Use of a staircase is necessary to access the rooms.
Though this is a shared apartment, the accommodations offer maximum privacy and only the bathroom will be shared.
Bedroom 1 is on the south-end of the home, with windows facing the backyard. It features hardwood floors, high ceilings and white molding over purple-tinted walls. On the walls, tenants will find ample shelf space and impressive artwork! More than just a bedroom, this space is furnished as its own studio, you only have to share the bathroom! It includes a queen bed, sofa and a well-equipped kitchen area with cabinetry and appliances such as a fridge/freezer, oven, four electric burners, microwave and coffeemaker. Other accessories in the 203sqft (18.8sqm) room include a cable television and a chic decorative fireplace.
Bedroom 2 provides the same type of décor as bedroom 1 (hardwood floors, white molding) but presents green-hued walls instead of purple. It offers a double bed, chair, dining table and old-world decorative fireplace and has its own living room! The living room has a single sofa bed, a dining table with two chairs, a TV and a decorative fireplace. Only a kitchenette is available with fridge and microwave.
The shared bathroom includes a toilet, shower and sink.
Harlem, New York is an uptown neighborhood of Manhattan rich with culture and history. The area includes many beautiful parks, historic buildings and iconic attractions. The nearest Laundromat is just around the corner at 290ft/88m (Super King Laundromat Inc.) and the nearest pharmacy is up the street at 478ft/145m (Duane Reade). Some must-see attractions within walking distance include St. Nicholas Park (0.1mi/220m), The Apollo Theater (1.1km/0.7mi) and the Hamilton Grange National Memorial (0.4mi/700m). Basic living facilities, general shops and eateries surround the home.
Public transportation around Manhattan is easy, especially to and from popular areas such as this one. For the quickest way around NYC, hop on one of these nearby trains:
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: Slim G.,
Sep 10 2020
From: United States,
Apartment Share Rental: 5 months
Pretty much a below average apartment to stay in , the experience as a whole wasn't great either. Frequent issues with the internet , around 3-4 times a week, that could be solved only by restarting the router which is in the landlord's apartment. I wouldn't recommand it, unless you really want to live alone in Manhattan for a quite affordable price. The neighborhood isn't really a good , too dirty, too crowded and very noisy. The landlord is nice , friendly and helpful , but one day I had a terrible experience with one of her friends, and 80 years old man, who misbehaved by insulting me and swearing at me continuously , just because I didn t want to let my appartment's door open while being out of it. Also , I wasn't allowed to have my friends staying over whenever they were visiting me, unless they would pay extra 20 dollars per night
Answer by: Roommate Host
Sep 19 2020
I am very sorry that our last guest had this experience. We will look to ensure that our future guests have a better time to enjoy the apartment, the neighborhood and the time they spend here in Harlem.