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In the up and coming neighborhood of Ridgewood, Queens, New York, you will find at the cross of Menehan Street and Seneca Avenue, a charming four bedroom apartment. There are two rooms for rent and you would be living with other roommates. The apartment is located on the 2nd floor of a 3 story Townhouse from 1920 (3rd floor in European Standards).
The fully furnished four bedroom apartment is full of life. The roommates you would share the apartment with have an interest for travelling and biking which shows in the decorations. The living room has hardwood floors, a sofa and a dining table. With a few knick-knacks and string lights to make it feel more like a home. The kitchen is separate yet open and is well equipped with a dishwasher. There is also a washer and dryer to make your life more convenient. Bedroom 1 features a double sized bed, a closet, a full length mirror, a desk and the window overlooks the garden. Bedroom 2 has a charming brick accent wall, and features a double sized bed, a closet and the window overlooks the street. The bathrooms have a bathtub so that you can relax in a bubble bath at the end of the day. There is also an access to the rooftop where you can enjoy the sun or a nice afternoon eating outside on the picnic table.
Ridgewood, NYC, is a great place to live. The neighborhood covers 2 square miles bordered by Glendale, Maspeth, and Middle Village in Queens and Bushwick in Brooklyn. There are many places to discover and try. Ridgewood is also known for its shopping districts. The apartment share is located next to a couple staples such as Onderdonk and Sons (0.1mi/160m) which is a mellow street corner bar with a nice selection of beer, wine and burgers. It also has a vintage telephone booth in the back. Milo’s yard (302ft/92m) is the place to go if you want to play with 80s and 90s pinball machines and eat Chicago style hot dogs or veggie samosas. It also has a backyard. Old Stanley’s bar (0.3mi/480m) is a great dive bar with a photo booth, and pinball machines. It is however, cash only. If you want a good New York Style pizza, try Carlo’s pizza (279ft/85m). That is only in the area. If you want to travel around New York City and discover more interesting places, the M line at Seneca Avenue is 0.2 miles away (320m).
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.