Beautifully renovated duplex in private townhouse on quiet tree-lined street within short walking distance to Columbia University and Central Park. One block from subway and bus -- 10 minutes to Times Square.
This gorgeous property features three enormous bedrooms; each with a queen size bed and plenty of closet space. Linens and kitchen necessities are provided and grocery delivery service is available via online ordering.
Additional amenities include air conditioning, wireless internet access and a washer/dryer.Make yourself at home in Harlem in this space-filled three bedroom / two bathroom duplex apartment, just 5 blocks north of Central Park. Situated on the upper two floors of a four-story walk-up building, this vacation rental benefits from skylights in the hall and bathroom of the fourth floor. Thoroughly modernized since its construction in 1900, this brownstone offers a video buzzer/intercom system to screen and allow in visitors, as well as a combination washer/dryer, always a valuable amenity when traveling.
The rooms of this apartment are well furnished with everything needed to make you feel at home, yet the clean lines and simplicity of the furniture emphasizes the open space of the rooms. You'll find hardwood floors throughout both levels, except of course for the tiled bathrooms. You also have exposed brick walls in the hallway to remind you of the historic origins of the building. Both floors have full bathrooms, and two bedrooms occupy the rest of the lower level, while you have the third bedroom and the living room with its open kitchen upstairs. The master bedroom (Bedroom 1) is downstairs, well equipped with a queen size bed and a matching red chairs that accents the artwork on the wall. There won't be any problem with storing your things, as there is a storage closet with hangers in addition to anther armoire next to the door. The other two bedrooms have queen size beds and storage closets as well. Both bathrooms even have closets in addition to their unique bowl sinks. Upstairs, the kitchen gleams with matching white appliances, including an electric stovetop and oven, microwave and double-doored refrigerator. Turn around and you will be facing the dining and living area, a great place to unwind after a long day. The dining table can seat up to 6, and is also perfect for games or spreading out your NYC map to plan the next day's activities. Two sofas face each other for winding down, and there is wireless Internet access throughout the duplex. A double size air mattress can be added to the top bedroom to accommodate additional guests. Finally, you have central air conditioning to keep you cool when the weather gets truly sweltering!
With double exposure, the northward facing windows of this apartment overlook the street below, while the southern exposed ones look toward backyard gardens.
Located on 115th Street and Manhattan Avenue, this vacation rental accommodation falls into the Harlem neighborhood of Uptown Manhattan. Greenery is not hard to find around here, with the iconic Central Park just 5 blocks to the south and Morningside Park, a lovely hill-filled terrain with a pond, less than two blocks away. Of course, you can't picnic every day, and that is no problem here with 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Boulevard) just around the corner. This thoroughfare has plenty of restaurants and bars, if you have a larger group, the Harlem Tavern is perfect for accommodating with its outdoor patio and serves classic American cuisine and brews, just 2 blocks from your apartment; for something a little more unique, try Africa, an acclaimed restaurant that serves Senagalese fare, also two blocks away, or just stroll down the avenue with an open mind and you'll be sure to find something! For cooking at home, there is a C-Town Supermarket not too far away on 116th Street. Columbia University is also in this part of Harlem, just on the other side of Morningside Park, so keep your eyes open for cultural events that the student population brings to the area!
To navigate the rest of Manhattan, you have two subway stations nearby. The closest is again just one block away on 116th Street and 8th Avenue, serving the B and C lines, which runs down Central Park West and can take you to the Museum of Natural History in just 5 stops, and Columbus Circle in 7! The other subway station is a little further, three longer blocks to the west on Lenox Avenue and 116th Street, and serves the 2 and 3 lines that run down Broadway on the Manhattan's west side, and can connect you to the local 1 train or keep you running express all the way to Brooklyn! Experience New York like a native in this beautiful, convenient brownstone apartment.