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Set down roots in New York in this shared apartment in Harlem, Manhattan! Located at East 125th Street and Madison Avenue, this apartment is on the second and third floors (first and second floors for Europeans) of a low-rise, walk-up building. Conveniently located near 125 Street / Lexington Avenue (4/5/6 lines, 1 block/160 m). The living room and two of the bedrooms have southern exposure, while the dining room and first bedroom face north.
Hardwood floors warm up this spacious apartment! The first floor offers a great place for you to hang out with friends; watch a movie with your roommates on the flat screen T.V. in the living room, or host a dinner party in the separate dining room! Hosting will be a breeze thanks to a pass-through connecting the well-equipped kitchen and living room, and a powder room on the first floor.
Upstairs, in the first bedroom you’ll see two windows, a queen-sized bed, two closets, and an ensuite bathroom. The second and third bedrooms both feature double beds, south-facing windows, and built in closets. In each of the two full bathrooms, you’ll find glass door showers and plenty of under sink storage.
There’s plenty for you to discover in this vibrant neighborhood! Go for a run or swim at the Marcus Garvey Park and Pool, just 1 block/160 m. away. You can pick up groceries at the Wild Olive Market, an organic supermarket just a few steps from your door (150 ft/45 m), or try the pineapple cornbread at Sisters (1 block/160 m), a Caribbean restaurant. If you’re a fan of Sunday morning brunch, you’ll have to try Red Rooster (4 blocks, 480 m), NYC’s favorite soul food restaurant. In the evening, see a play just around the corner at National Black Theatre, or have a drink at Barawine Harlem (8 blocks/800 m).
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.