|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|May 20 2023||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 4(D):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|information:Bedroom 3(C):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
|Sep 16 2023||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 1(A):$145 for utilities/WiFi, biweekly cleaning, household expenses - rate subject to change|
Located on the corner of West 20th Street and 9th Avenue, this 1110 sqft (103.1 sqm) apartment is found in the heart of Chelsea, just a block away from the High Line. This apartment comes with two decorative fireplaces.
Found on the top floor (4th floor in European) in a 1910 classic low-rise building, this gem of an apartment comes with a fireplace in the living room and in one of the master bedrooms. You get a feel of classic New York City living. Walking in through the main door you are greeted with a large hallway and can find all the room to the left-hand side. The first room is the living room which interconnect to the kitchen. In the living room you have a fully furnished modern room with a sofa, an A/C unit, TV, fireplace, and window. Proceeding to the next room, the kitchen, you have a refrigerator, coffeemaker, toaster, a four-burner stove with an oven and two grand windows. The bedrooms are all fully furnished, in complete modern looks, and you have the option to choose from either a twin-size or queen size bed. The bedrooms also come with sheets, A/C unit, and widows. In the bathroom, you have a tub-shower, water closet, sink with cabinetry and a mirror, and a window. This apartment is covered in hardwood floors.
This four-bedroom apartment is prime location in the neighborhood of Chelsea. You have endless art galleries and the High Line. Chelsea is known to have over 200 art galleries. Walk in, wander, and if you are an art collector, you can find art in this area where you can add to your collection. Just a block away from your apartment you can hop on the High Line. The Highline is a 1.45 mile long (2.3 km) linear park, that was a former rail trail. At the end of the High Line, you will end up at the Whitney Museum of American Art. The Whitney has exhibition from great American artists and also three floors of outdoor views of Manhattan and the Hudson River. Near there you will find the Chelsea Market. The Chelsea Market is home to small local businesses and restaurants. You will find yourself in the Meatpacking District of Chelsea, which is all cobble stone streets, and reconstructed factories to luxury buildings. Walk around and you will find a great selection of restaurants and bars/clubs to spend the day. To explore more of Manhattan, just five blocks away you have the 23rd Street Subway Station, offering you lines to A, C, and E.