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|information:Bedroom 1 & private bath: 4 months min; Electric, gas, cable, heat, WiFi included; $60/month for A/C|
Live like a local in Harlem, Manhattan with this room for rent in a two bedroom apartment share! Perfect for students, it is in close vicinity to Columbia University (0.6mi/1km), The City College of New York (1.2mi/1.9km), Barnard College (0.9mi/1.4km) and the Manhattan School of Music (0.9mi/1.5km).
The two bedroom apartment share is located on 116th Street and Saint Nicholas Avenue, on the 4th floor (considered 3rd floor in Europe) of a 7-story elevator building. It is protected by a security system.
Please Note: This is a room to rent in a shared apartment. Only the bedroom will be private. All other rooms will be shared with roommate.
Bedroom 1 is the private room for rent, spanning approximately 110sqft (10.2sqm). Though quaint, it offers brightly painted walls of yellow and high ceilings that give an elongated appearance to the space. The bohemian-style bedroom includes hardwood floors, a double bed, desk for workspace, and a long window.
The apartment presents a bohemian and antique-inspired environment of old-world style lamps, traditional armchairs, unique wall art, and Native American-influenced accessories. The shared areas of the home are comprised of a living room with sofas and a cable television, a dining room (living room 2) with table fit for up to eight, and a nicely-sized kitchen with basic cooking appliances. Additionally, there is a laundry washing machine & dryer so tenants can wash clothes with ease and convenience. The bathroom provides a full-sized tub/shower and a window for ventilation.
Set in the heart of Harlem, Manhattan this NYC apartment is ideally located near a hub of schools, shops, restaurants, and legendary attractions. Tenants will be surrounded by the beloved parks of uptown, including the world-famous Central Park (0.3mi/550m), Marcus Garvey Park (0.5mi/800m), and Morningside Park (0.4mi/600m). Immerse yourself in the culture of Harlem by exploring the many historic attractions in the area, including the Apollo Theater (0.5mi/850m), The Studio Museum in Harlem (0.5mi/850m), and the Abyssinian Baptist Church (1.2mi/1.9km). Touring midtown and other areas of New York is easy from this central location – the B train will take you to Times Square in 9 stops, and the 2 train will take you there in just 4 stops!
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Review by: Camille B.,
Jun 03 2015
Apartment Share Rental: 5 months
The apartment is conveniently located by it is very noisy because of the heating system and the traffic outside. The bedroom is small and very dark because of the brick wall blocking the window. The bathroom is nice. Kitchen has a lot of equipment.
Answer by: Roommate Host
Jun 11 2015
Camille, I wanted to respond to your online apartment review. I'm glad that you enjoyed the convenience of the location, that you liked working in the kitchen and that you thought the bathroom was nice. However, I wanted to address the two issues you mentioned about the room. As we discussed, the heating system is being completely renovated this summer, and the noise from it should end by the coming winter. I know the room is small and a little dark, but it was never intended for any kind of extended stay, just for the few months most students need while they study in NYC. That's why I offered the rest of the apartment for you to enjoy. The living room has three large windows and at midday, that room is extremely sunny. Also, the dining room, with four large windows that face a playground, has a very large table where my other guests have studied and which they have enjoyed. It's also a very bright and pleasant place to work, and it was available for your entire stay. I'm glad that your stay was mainly positive, and I hope you do well in the future.