Northampton Apartment Rental Photos and Description
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, 3 Sleeps
A large, south-facing 1 BR apartment with Holyoke Range views, close to Smith
The apartment is south-facing, with a private entrance. The dining room, bathroom with shower, fully-equipped kitchen, and living room are on the 2nd floor, and there is a large bedroom with a queen bed and skylight on the 3rd floor. The apartment is very bright all year round. Simply furnished and cozy. A third person can be accommodated on a very comfortable couch.
IMPORTANT:There is a resident cat named Oyster. She is an extremely friendly and easy cat. If you like cats, great! If not, we can arrange for her to be elsewhere while you are here. Please contact me and we can figure out a plan that works for you. If you are a cat person, you will LOVE this cat.
The apartment has a great vintage stereo with iPod/iPhone hookup, record player and records, and Wifi access. The landlords live downstairs and are very friendly. If you would like to bring bikes (highly recommended in good weather) you can store them safely in the garage. There is safe on-street parking available while you are staying here.
The apartment is located in a beautiful residential neighborhood, just 5 blocks from Smith College. Northampton's busy downtown is 1 mile away (a 20 minute walk or 5 minute bike ride/drive). An information sheet with local attractions, farmers markets, and events will be waiting for you upon arrival. There is a beautiful public walking path in the back of the neighborhood along the Mill River (you can follow the river to Smith College).
Oyster is an extremely easy and independent cat. She likes to sit by you and she is really drawn to new people. All you will have to do is make sure her food and water are full.
This is a great place for a couple or small family to stay in while visiting any of the area colleges, visiting family, or attending any events in Western Mass. We hope to see you soon!
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible