Washington Heights Apartment Rental Photos and Description
1 Private Bedroom, 1 shared Bathroom, 1 shared Kitchen. Sleeps 2.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a ROOM, one bedroom, in SHARED apartment. The owner (me) will be present in the apartment. The bathroom and kitchen are SHARED!
The bedroom is designed for a COUPLE. It has only ONE bed. If you are comfortable to sleep in one bed with whomever you are coming - your mom, dad, sister, brother, friend, kid etc - do it. Do not ask me if you can. It's up to you.
There is no space for extra bed or for extra mattress.
Do not inquire if you are looking for apartment or you are coming with 4 kids and 2 dogs. The place is a stop point for a single person or a couple of whatever gender.
The area is extremely safe, the commute to mid Manhattan takes about 20 minutes. The taxi from downtown to here costs about $25. The price is reasonable. If that's what you are looking for - please email.
Just steps from the C train.
If you need other trains: 2 blocks from 1 train and 10 minutes walk from B,D or A.
Close to Supermarket and deli (24 hours).
2 car service companies right on the corner.
Washer and Dryer - Wireless internet - available for your use.
Host works at the dance studio so you get a free class and some discount if you are into partner dancing or better yet - Argentine Tango. And of course if you need info about New York Milongas, best workshops and best teachers - you just found your goldmine.
Restaurants and night outings steps away - right on Broadway.
Saint Nicholas Avenue is a major New York City street. It runs north-south between 193rd Street and 111th Streets in the New York City borough of Manhattan. It goes through the neighborhoods of Washington Heights (where you will be staying) , Harlem, Hamilton Heights, and Inwood.
St. Nicholas Avenue is named after Saint Nicholas of Myra, patron saint of New Amsterdam since Dutch times.
The apartment is located on St NIcholas, between 155 and 156th Street, not far from Audubon Terrace, a cluster of five distinguished Beaux Arts institutional buildings, home to major, though little-visited museum, The Hispanic Society of America. The Society has the largest collection of works by El Greco and Goya outside of the Museo del Prado, including one of Goya's famous paintings of Cayetana, Duchess of Alba. In September 2007, it commenced a three-year collaboration with the Dia Art Foundation. The campus on Broadway at West 156th Street also houses The American Academy of Arts and Letters, which holds twice yearly, month-long public exhibitions, and Boricua College.
You are also just steps away from lovely Morris Jumel Mansion (check the photos) - Manhattan's oldest remaining house. It is located in the landmarked Jumel Terrace Historic District, between West 160th and West 162nd Street, just east of St. Nicholas Avenue. An AAM-accredited historic house museum, the Mansion interprets the colonial era, the period when General George Washington occupied it during the American Revolutionary War, and the early 19th century in New York.
The Paul Robeson Home, located at 555 Edgecombe Avenue on the corner of Edgecombe Avenue and 160th Street, is a National Historic Landmark building. The building is now known for its famous African American residents including actor Paul Robeson, musician Count Basie, and boxer Joe Louis.
Other famous Washington Heights residents include Althea Gibson the first African American Wimbledon Champion, Frankie Lymon of 'Why Do Fools Fall in Love?' fame, Leslie Uggams who was a regular on the Sing Along with Mitch Show. Other musicians who resided in the area for significant periods of time were jazz drummers Tony Williams and Alphonse Muzon and Grammy award winning Guitarist Marlon Graves.
On February 21, 1965, Malcolm X was assassinated during a speech at the Audubon Ballroom, on Broadway at West 165th Street. The interior of the building was demolished, but the Broadway facade remains, incorporated into one of Columbia's Audubon Center buildings. It is now the home of the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center. Several shops, restaurants and a bookstore occupy the first floor.
At the Hudson's shore, in Fort Washington Park stands the Little Red Lighthouse, a small lighthouse located at the tip of Jeffrey's Hook at the base of the eastern pier of the George Washington Bridge. It was made famous by a 1942 children's book and is the site of a namesake festival in the late summer. A 5.85-mile recreational swim finishes there in early autumn. It's also a popular place to watch for peregrine falcons.
Truly amazing neighborhood.
- not suitable for children
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
ANITA FLEJTER, originally from Poland, was an inspired dancer at the age of 3! Since childhood she actively competed in Ballroom Dancing and performed as member of various performance groups all over Poland. However she found her true love – Argentine Tango – only after she moved to New York in 2004. While continuing her profession as artist, designer and art conservator, she pursues her Argentine Tango fascination training with world-renowned dancers such as: Anton Gazenbeek, Hernan Brizuela, Roberto Herrera y Lorena Goldstein, Chico Fromboli y Juana Sepuldeva, Joanna Copez, Mariana Flores y Edwardo Capussi, Fabian Salaz, Guillermina Quiroga, Ivan Terazzas and Sara Grdan and many others. Anita partners professionally with Walter Zylinski.
Love the neighborhood and the commute is great!
Steps for the train, fast commute. Private space short term at reasonable price.