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In the heart of Harlem, in the city of New York, you will find this fully furnished bedroom for rent conveniently located at the corner of 132nd Street and 5th Avenue.
Please note: This is a room to rent in a shared 2 bedroom apartment. The bedroom is private; however, the living room and kitchen are shared with a roommate.
The living room features wall to wall hardwood floors and 3 large windows allowing plenty of natural light to stream in. Two leather sofas are facing the flat screen television, proving a cinema experience in the comfort of the living room thanks to the home theater sound system. The bedroom features a queen-sized bed and a closet for storage space. A television with cable program is installed in the bedroom and a wooden drawer chest and a mirror are decorating the room.
This bedroom for rent is located in the northern section of Manhattan on a residential street in vibrant Harlem. Have dinner at Sylvia’s (0.4mi), a Harlem landmark and historical spot popular for its large portions and tasty food! The Corner Social (0.4mi) and its upscale pub menu serves craft beers and features outdoor seating and special DJ nights. Have lunch at Harlem Shake (0.5.mi), a retro diner famous for its milkshakes and burgers. Some of the city's main attractions are located nearby, such as the Appolo Theater (0.8mi) , a music hall where showbiz legends and amateurs alike take the stage. Central Park, New York's iconic park is just 1.2mi (1.9km) away
135 Street / Lenox Avenue (0.3mi) is just a few blocks away and offers express service for easy commute to anywhere in the city. You will also have the option to take the train from 125 Street / Lexington Avenue Subway Station (0.7mi) or to catch one of the many buses stopping in the area.
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