Harlem Apartment Rental Photos and Description
1 bedroom, 1 full bathroom, sleeps 4
Located in Central Harlem in the historically preserved Mount Morris Park area, this apartment is on the second floor of a renovated turn of the century brownstone. Situated between historical 125th street (Apollo, National Black Theater, Studio Museum of Harlem), New York's Central Park (The Meer, Lasker Rink/Pool) and the beginning of Museum Mile (African Museum). Perfect for every occasion from a family vacation to a get away with friends. Walking distance to grocery shopping (Fine Fare, Best Yet, Fairway, Wild Olive), cafes (Settipani, Cafe Latte), restaurants (Red Rooster, Sylvia's, Chez Lucienne, Chocolate) bars (Lenox Lounge, Native, Nectar Wine Bar, Bier Garten, Harlem Tavern) and a children's book and toy store right next door (Grandma's Place). Half a block away Marcus Garvey Park offers playgrounds, picnic tables, a community pool (seasonal) and music festivals at the bandshell.
Amenities: High ceilings, tons of light, walk in closet and lots of closet space, stocked renovated kitchen, cable/internet access, heat and air conditioning plus ceiling fans.
Transportation: Buses - M1, M2, M7, M102, (with in 2 blocks) M100, M101, Bx15, M60 (for LaGuardia Airport)
Trains - 2, 3 (within 4 blocks), A (for JKF International Airport), B, C, D
Metro North - 125th Harlem station (within 10 blocks) for access to Hudson Valley and Connecticut
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- non smoking only
- Low Allergen Environment
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Dawn Harris
I am a 75-year-old retired schoolteacher who owns and operates a children's toy and book store next door.
Dawn Harris purchased this apartment in 1982
Why Dawn Harris chose Harlem
I was born and raised in Harlem. As a child I had always wanted to own a home here. When the opportunity arose I took advantage of it.
What makes this apartment unique
The high ceilings, the quiet backyard, the space, the friendly neighborhood, the park at the end of the street with a swimming pool, ten minute subway trip to Time Square or Yankee stadium, the outdoor cafés on the corners, the laundromat down the street, the quality supermarkets and wonderful shopping five blocks away.