Upper West Side Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Sleeps 4! 1 Bed/1 Bath Apartment, Upper West Side
Filled with a neighborly vibe with rows of fairytale town home, the Upper West Side is a sought after place to live a wonderful choice for the perfect New York City experience. This one bedroom apartment features original architecture, amazing prewar details, parquet wood floors, decorative fireplace, modern furniture, tasteful wall art, and all the comforts of home. Come into the living room, which will be the hot spot for your trip with its comfortable leather sofa, complementing rustic stone-top coffee table and high definition television. The area is perfect for sharing some quality time with your travel companions in between all the sightseeing and activities of the city. Also in the common room there is a space-friendly marble top breakfast table for convenient meals in the comfort of your home. The kitchen is fully equipped with white appliances, cookware and dishware all at your disposal. Full bathroom features white wall and tiles, shower, marble tub, perfectly contrasting dark cabinets, and Hollywood style lighting. The bedroom includes a full sized day bed with matching dresser and mirror and closet space for our belongings. The elegant frosted French doors add an element of decoration while providing privacy. The sofa in the living can easily convert into a queen sized bed and provide an extra sleeping accommodation for your party. Primarily a residential neighborhood it makes a great choice for your trip since you’ll be away from the chaos and congestion of other heavily touristic areas. The area is rich in history and an architectural enchantment with many building dating back to World War II (and some even as far back as WWI). This particular building is wonderfully close to the beauty and enamor of Central Park. The area has access to fine dining, local bars, and some of the best gourmet stores. Enjoy a tour of the acclaimed American Museum of Natural History that encompasses history from the time of the Dinosaurs to the 21st Century. Also in the area are the New York Historical Society and Nicholas Roerich Museum. With public transportation in the area, you’ll be able to travel throughout the city and make the most of your trip!