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Explore Upper Manhattan when you rent a furnished bedroom at this 2 Bedroom/1 Bath apartment share in the Washington Heights section of Upper Manhattan. The apartment is located on the 3rd floor (2nd floor European) of a 5 floor low-rise walk-up building located near Broadway & West 184th Street. The building provides security system entry and the apartment has eastern and western exposures.
This apartment share lets you experience NYC living with a roommate and offers a private furnished bedroom in a two bedroom apartment with shared living room, kitchen and bathroom. The bold yellow accent wall in the shared living room adds a sunny burst of color to the space, This room features lovely parquet wood flooring and plenty of seating including a beige leather sofa, love seat and armchair to lounge in and watch TV or socialize with your roommate. A wooden dining table provides space to enjoy a home cooked meal. The shared kitchen is equipped with all you need to whip up a meal or a snack on the go including microwave, stove/oven, toaster and coffee maker. A breakfast table and stools in the kitchen provide space to have a snack or quick meal. The private bedroom for rent (Bedroom 1) is furnished with a queen size bed and wooden night table with lamp along with an armoire for storage and a flat screen cable TV for entertainment. Air conditioning cools the room in summertime. The bathroom has both tub and shower and is shared with your roommate.
Washington Heights is a neighborhood in the northern part of Manhattan bordered by Harlem to the south and Inwood to the north. Escape from the frenzy of the city and immerse yourself in nature at Fort Tryon Park where you’ll find nature trails to wander and breathtaking views of the Hudson River. Pay a visit to The Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art dedicated to Medieval art and culture. You can also pay a visit to Morris-Jumel Mansion, a colonial era mansion and Manhattan’s oldest house, or travel back in time when strolling through the picturesque Jumel Terrace Historic District. You’ll find a smorgasbord of cuisines in this area, from Mexican favorites like quesadillas and tacos at Don Taco (.2mi/.32km away) to churassco for meat-lovers at Tipico Dominicano (.3mi/.48km away) and French cuisine with wine to match at The Pandering Pig.
The A subway line serves the area with the closest station at 181 Street / Fort Washington Avenue.
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.