THIS IS A ROOM TO RENT IN A SHARED APARTMENT
Bedroom 1 of our reference NY 16919
Electric, Gas, WiFi and Cable included; MAXIMUM 6 months Rental
$1000 per month for one occupant max
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE A BROKER AND WE DO CHARGE A BROKER FEE:
- For a rental between 1 to less than 6 months, the fee is 50 % of one month's rent
- For a rental between 6 months and less than 1 year, the fee is 75 % of one month's rent
- For a rental between 1 year or longer the fee is one month's rent
On West 148th Street and Frederick Douglas Boulevard, this room for rent is located inside of a gorgeous brick building that offers tenants access to its private garden, private gym for residents, and a laundry room on the same floor of the listing. The colorful living room in this two bedroom apartment features a large dining room table that can seat up to six and several sofas that make it easy to relax at home. The upright piano in the living room adds charm to the apartment and provides an excuse for you to take a few lessons or just play at home. The open kitchen, fully equipped with all the necessary appliances to cook at home, is located just off the living room and includes plenty of counter space as well as a dishwasher, making clean-up easy! The room for rent in this apartment share is furnished with a double futon and a small desk, while large closet in this room to rent makes storing your belonging easy. The shared bathroom in this two bedroom apartment includes a full shower and tub, so you’ll be able to relax after a long day at work, school, or out in the city. Take some time to enjoy the private garden at the back of the building which is limited to building residents only. Washers and dryers are conveniently located on the same floor of the listing.
Please note that since this is a shared apartment, tenants will have no access to the second bedroom.
Harlem and Upper Manhattan in general have long been beacons of culture. With attractions such as the Apollo Theatre, Harlem YMCA, and the Harlem Fire Watchtower (1.9mi/3km), Harlem maintains a unique richness. The Hamilton Heights Historic District (.9mi/1.9km), just a few minutes away, features a number of houses and churches on the national register of historic places that exemplify typical New York City architecture. Also during your stay in the neighborhood, you can’t miss an opportunity to try some of the most authentic soul food available outside of the Deep South at restaurants like Sylvia’s (1.4mi/2.2km) or Miss Maude’s Spoonbread Too (.8mi/1.3km).
This apartment provides access to the NYC subway system at 148th Street and 7th Avenue where you can get on the 3 express line or 145th Street and Saint Nicholas Avenue where you can grab the A, B, C, or D line.