Harlem Apartment Rental Rates
- US Dollars
- $ 450-550/ nt .......$3500-4000/ week
Make this spacious triple mint garden triplex retreat with quiet lush details your home away from home.
This contemporary building stands out from the neighboring pre-war apartment buildings and townhouses in West Harlem at the intersection with Frederick Douglas Boulevard . Just three blocks from the A and D Express trains and moments from everything else, the residence is an incredible testimony to the area's new landscape.
2600 square feet of discrete luxury provides 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Entering on the first floor your gaze will immediately be drawn to the double height back wall of glass overlooking your approximately 600 square foot private garden. The open plan, eat-in-kitchen features a Wolf range, a Sub Zero refrigerator and a Miele dishwasher. The glass tread staircase leads you to the living room below with access to the garden through large double glass doors. Generous master bedroom is located upstairs with an enormous walk through closet. For your convenience the stacked ultra-capacity LG washer and dryer is located on this floor with your other bedroom and an additional bath (3rd bedroom is used for storage). Hardwood floors throughout the apartment.
Keywords: Discrete luxury. Loft-like 3 ( Convertible 4) bedroom refined residence in a new elevator townhouse located on a tree-lined street in Harlem.
This is our primary residence and we love it! Within walking distance of the world famous Apollo theater located only two blocks away, the area is vibrant with shops and restaurants. Enjoy steak frites at Cedric, a block away, or jazz brunch at Red Rooster, a 5 minute walk. Lido, Harlem Tavern, Bier, and Levain Bakery are a few more places to try out. Great location for kids, with beautiful Morningside Park (3 playgrounds) and Marcus Garvey Park only a couple of blocks away. You can Ice Skate in Lasker Rink (Central Park North), only 12 blocks away.
A 2 minute walk to the A, B, C, D subway lines, the residence is one stop away from Columbus Circle (Lincoln Center) and 3 stops from Times Square. You can also hop off at the Museum of Natural History....