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|Sep 01 2019||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 2: $55 monthly for utilities and Wifi|
|Jan 01 2020||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 1: $55 monthly for utilities and Wifi|
Save on rent when you rent a furnished room in this 3 bedroom furnished apartment share in the East Harlem section of Manhattan. The apartment is on the 6th floor (5th floor European) of a mid-rise walk-up building located near East 111th Street & Park Avenue in New York City.
The apartment is designed in neutral tones with cream colored walls and darker wood style flooring. In the shared living room you can relax on the futon (which opens to a single bed for a guest) and catch your favorite movie on the wall-mounted flat screen TV or socialize with your roommates. There’s a dining table for four here as well, where you can sit down to a home cooked meal. The shared kitchen features dark wood cabinetry and stainless steel appliances including microwave, gas stove/oven and dishwasher. The first bedroom for rent (Bedroom 1) is furnished with a queen bed, night table, folding chairs and a mirror while Bedroom 2 is furnished with a double bed, arm chair and night table. The shared bathroom is designed in white with accent border tiles and contrasting dark floor tiles. It’s equipped with a combo tub/shower, toilet, vanity mirror and sink with storage space beneath.
East Harlem offers Manhattan living at a lower rent point than neighborhoods downtown so it’s a cost-efficient option for students. Just two blocks away you have the northern end of Central Park where you can get your workout in surrounded by nature. At the end of the block is NYC Fresh Market, where you can find all your grocery needs. You can enjoy Mexican cuisine at El Paso Restaurante, just across Park Avenue on 110th Street or just a block away on Madison Ave & 109th Street, you can enjoy a burger and fries at Wimpy’s. At Park Ave & 106th Street you have the Graffiti Hall of Fame, a notable street art site within a playground, or head over to 5th Avenue’s Museum Mile where an array of museums let you experience everything from classical art to modern art.
The closest subway can be found at 110 Street / Lexington Avenue (6 subway line).
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.