Enjoy the charm and quiet of this one bedroom apartment set on a shady historic street only two blocks from the bustling center of Northampton, nationally known as "one of the top art towns in America".
Fix yourself a meal in the fully equipped kitchenette or wander downtown to find a wide array of dining choices. Restaurants range in price and ethnicity - from sushi to Argentinian barbecue to Middle Eastern fare to a steaming traditional turkey dinner at the Northampton Hotel. Numerous Asian restaurants serve both Chinese cuisine and sushi. Cafes are abundant, there is a varied club scene, and always jazz at the Basement on a Friday night. There are two movie theaters downtown, as well the nationally known music venues, the Iron Horse and the Calvin Theatre. Clothing boutiques and bookstores abound.
Whether you are seeking solitude, a romantic getaway weekend, or time with a partner and a child, this apartment will beautifully suit your needs. LGBT friendly, of course. We are about a forty-five minute car ride from Bradley International Airport, the same distance from Brattleboro, and about an hour from Tanglewood, Jacob's Pillow, MassMoca and the many other attractions of the Berkshires. Cambridge is about an hour and a half. I91 is a three minute car ride away.
P.S. There is off-street parking for one car. The apartment is non-smoking, but smoking is permitted on the furnished screened porch.
I am a writer, a mother, and an advertising sales professional, as well as being a cleaning lady and marketing specialist for 22 Phillips Place!
This is obviously a desirable area in which to have a rental, with a steady stream of visitors, who come here for a wide variety of reasons. It is never dull!
Privacy, quiet, and then, easy access to all that makes a small, arts city desirable. Walking distance to everything you need before returning to the charm and history of an apartment in a 150+ year old house home...
Walking distance from Smith college, music venues, boutiques, Pulaski Park, cafes, bookstores, bars
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