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|information:Prices subject to change during holidays;$50 cleaning fee for 7+ days|
|information:Prices subject to change during holidays;$50 cleaning fee for 7+days|
This one bedroom vacation rental is located in the Hamilton Heights neighborhood of Uptown Manhattan. It is on the first floor (considered ground floor by Europeans) of a four-story, walk-up brownstone built in 1899. You will have access to a nice terrace with a lovely private garden, as well as on site laundry facilities and WiFi internet access.
The 620-ft² (58 m²) furnished accommodation is lined with hardwood floors and has both a northern and southern exposure. The living area overlooks the tree-lined front street and features exposed brick walls, a decorative fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling bookcases filled with interesting reading material. It contains a round dining table with several chairs, as well as a wooden desk and an area rug for decoration. The kitchen has gray countertops and is equipped with the main appliances and cooking utensils. The air-conditioned bedroom has a double bed, nightstand, dresser, vanity table, TV with cable programming, and DVD player. It opens onto the sleeping alcove, which overlooks the garden and is furnished with a single bed, vanity table, and comfortable chair. The bathroom has white tiles along its walls and is equipped with a toilet, sink, and bathtub-shower. The garden has beautiful potted plants and outdoor furniture, making it a great spot to relax after a long day and enjoy alfresco dining.
The one bedroom vacation rental is situated on 160th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue. Public transportation is easily accessible with the 157 Street / Broadway station, on the 1 line, just 6 blocks away. Alternatively, you can take the C train at 163 Street / Amsterdam Avenue / Saint Nicholas Avenue, which is even closer (4 blocks). Head to Amsterdam and St. Nicholas avenues, where you’ll conveniently find grocery stores, delis, liquor shops, and pharmacies. Academic institutions in the area include the prestigious Columbia University and the City College of New York. Among the neighborhood attractions is the Morris-Jumel Mansion (right across the street), which is the oldest house in Manhattan, NYC —it was the headquarters for both sides during the American Revolution! Also within a 1-block radius, you can visit the Hamilton Heights Library and Highbridge Park, which borders the East River. Explore the adjacent neighborhood of Harlem, which offers some of the best soul food, hip-hop and jazz music!
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