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In the largest borough of NYC, discover the residential streets of Kew Gardens in Queens. This room for rent is available on the top floor of 6 (considered 5 in Europe). The two bedroom apartment share is in a building that offers an elevator and laundry facilities.
Please note: This is a room to rent in a shared apartment. The bedroom will be private, but the kitchen and bathroom will be shared with roommates. The living room is not available.
At the time the photographs were taken, the apartment was lightly furnished.
In this two bedroom apartment, take in the raw elements of the space. Hardwood flooring flows all throughout the apartment. There are sleek lines and off-white colored walls. The kitchen is just off of the living space with light wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and tile flooring. Make a full meal and then dine at the cherry wood dining table. The bedroom available contains two windows for natural light. Take advantage of the abundant closet space as well as the room for imagination. The bathroom features modern essentials with grey floor to ceiling tile and a window for ventilation.
On the corner of 118th Street and Metropolitan Avenue, the central Queens neighborhood is surrounded by nature parks. Run the trails in Forest Park (0.3mi/500m) to get in touch with nature even in New York City. Take the opportunity to discover your neighborhood along Metropolitan Avenue. Enjoy the warm atmosphere at Spolini’s (450ft/140m) for classic Italian dishes or feel at home with the family at My Kitchen (0.7mi/1.1km), with dishes that have an innovative twist from the recipe box. Top the night off at the retro ice cream parlor, Eddie’s Sweet Shop (0.7mi/1.2km), serving homemade treats and featured antique soda fountain.
From this location in Queens, New York, take the J or the Z subway lines at 121 Street / Jamaica Avenue (0.6mi/1.0km) or the E or F trains at Union Turnpike / Queens Boulevard: Kew Gardens (0.8mi/1.2km) for direct transportation across the boroughs and into Manhattan. Alternative options include the Long Island Rail Road at the Kew Gardens stop (0.4mi/700m) or the Q54 bus (Bus stop at Metropolitan/83rd Avenue) down Metropolitan Avenue.