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|information:Bedroom 1: 6 months minimum; Electric, Gas, Heat, Cable, A/C included|
Discover New York City from Queens, in this room for rent located in a two bedroom apartment on 30th Avenue and 30th Street. Situated on the fourth floor (third floor for Europeans) of a five-story elevator building, this 20th century building has a full-time security system and is situated in a low rise building. The apartment itself faces West, onto the street and East.
Please note that this is a room for rent in a shared apartment. While one bedroom will be private during your stay, the common areas will be shared and the other bedroom will not be available.
The private bedroom for rent boasts beautiful decoration that includes a desk with ample organization space and a sofa that turns into a full sized bed at night. There is also a dresser and another closet available for the tenant's use. The room is luminous thanks to a large window that overlooks another rooftop and a building across.
The rest of the apartment is shared with other roommates. In the living room, you will find everything you need including a comfortable sofa, several armchairs, a large television equipped with a stereo system and even a large movie collection! This room is extremely luminous as well thanks to large windows and a small balcony that overlooks the street. From the living room, you can enter the open kitchen that is separated from the living room by granite counter tops. The kitchen disposes of modern appliances, including a large fridge, microwave, oven and stove. There are also beautiful marble tiles on the kitchen floor. Finally, the kitchen also features a breakfast bar complete with two bar stools for ultimate convenience.
Astoria is an ethnically diverse area in which you will find a large variety of tasks to enjoy on a day to day.
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.