|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|Jul 25 2021||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 2 - Utilities $65 per month|
|information:Bedroom 1 - Utilities $65 per month|
This shared apartment is on the 2nd floor (EU-1st) of a walk-up building that was constructed in 1931. It is located at the intersection of Myrtle Avenue & Hancock street in the NYC borough of Queens. This building also borders the neighborhood of Bushwick Brooklyn as well!
This location offers convenience as it is less than 45 minutes from Manhattan, offering two local subway stations. One is located on the intersection of Halsey Street & Broadway, and the other is located on the intersection of Seneca Avenue & Palmetto Street. Both of these subway stations are within a half mile (0.8 kilometers) walking distance of the building, making it a short walking distance of just under 10 minutes! If you would like to get a feel for what the neighborhood looked like 300 years ago, visit the landmarked Vander Ende-Onderdonk House, a farmhouse that has been well taken care of for all of these years with cute gardens! If you would like to get a taste of the foreign presence in town, you should try Super Pollo, a low-key Spanish restaurant that offers tasty chicken and refreshing sangrias! After that, grab a delicious dessert from Rudy’s Bakery, the last German bakery in Ridgewood (just 200 feet or 76 meters away from the apartment). This location is great for roommates that are in search of a shared apartment!
The brown hardwood floors and brick walls in this fully furnished apartment give it a smooth, antique feeling!