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This 3 bedroom / 1 bathroom shared apartment in Hamilton Heights NYC offers comfort, coziness, and upscale living. This rental is on the second floor (European first floor). After a day of touring one of Manhattan's most serene neighborhoods, this Hamilton Heights property is the ideal location to unwind and drink a glass. On West 136th Street and Broadway, this low-rise structure provides luxurious living in a remodeled apartment in one of the city's up-and-coming suburbs.
With living areas and a pleasant entertainment room, this roommate share features loft-style ceilings with modern and sophisticated finishes throughout. Pack that cookbook you've never read because we see you entertaining in your near future. There is a separate kitchen with contemporary stainless-steel equipment such as a garbage disposal, cutlery knit set, coffee maker, toaster, plenty of cupboard space, and a dish rack. A full bed, wonderfully designed work area desk, chair, a wardrobe with lots of storage, a soft rug, a towering window that floods the room with light, a nightstand with a nice reading lamp, and a wide mirror are all included in the master bedroom. Everything you need for a good night's sleep is included, as well as a stylish place to put your clothing. Each room is bright and airy, with a queen bed, a wonderfully designed workspace, a storage closet with sliding doors, a big window that floods the room with light, and a nightstand with a nice reading lamp that can be adjusted. Because this type of lifestyle demands it, there is heating and cooling. Let's not forget about the beautifully finished bathroom, which provides you with a modern look and enough light to get your day started.
Visit the “Hamilton Heights studio museum” in Harlem, New York, to see what all the fuss is about and to see the neighborhood's burgeoning revival. The nexus for artists of African ancestry locally, regionally, and worldwide, as well as work inspired and influenced by Black culture, is 1.2 miles/1.931 kilometers. This museum is a terrific spot to visit with a special someone or for educational purposes. It's a place where people can have a lively discussion about art and society. Take a bite to eat at "Harlem Public," a cozy pub with a large range of craft beers on tap, as well as spirits and cocktails, located 0.7 miles/1.126 km away. It's usually a good idea to sample dishes that aren't your typical fare. Your home is close to the B/C train at 135 Street/Saint Nicholas Avenue and the City College 1 train at 137 Street/Broadway.
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