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This Is A Private Apartment - You Do Not Share This Apartment With Anyone. It Is Extremely Quiet, An Oasis Where The Only Sound You Hear Is From The Birds.newly Renovated Stylish Hamilton Heights Studio With A Private Garden!!
It Is Located On A Classic, Tree-lined Residential Townhouse Block In The Historic Hamilton Heights Neighborhood Of West Harlem.
This Is A Lovely Studio With A Very Funky Vibe. It Opens Onto A Landscaped And Furnished Garden (exclusive Access) With Outdoor Furniture And Bbq Grill. You Do Not Share The Garden With Anyone.
Enter The Building On The High Street Level Then Descend The (private), Former Servant's Staircase (watch Your Step And Head!) To The Garden Level. When You Open The Apartment Door You Immediately See Straight Through The Glass Door That Leads Onto The Private Garden Back Yard. The Apartment Is One Open Space, With A Separate Private Bathroom.
There Is A Wonderfully Comfy Queen Size Bed Which Sleeps 2. Your View From The Bed Is Your Garden. It Is Lovely! Bed Linens And Towels Are Provided For Your Stay.
French Style Open Kitchen Area With Exposed Brick Wall And Stainless Steel Backsplash. Gorgeous Shelves Are Fully Stocked With Exquisite All-clad Cookware (pots And Pans) And Beautiful Dishware, With Service For 8. Feel Free To Entertain Inside Or Out!
The Living Area Is Decorated In A Mid-century Modern Style Which Is Both Adorable And Comfortable.
This Apartment Has Its Own Washer/dryer Combo Unit. It Fits Only A Small Wash Size And Dries Slowly - But Is A Wonderful Convenience Nonetheless!
Bathroom With Tub And Shower Also Has Closet And Shelves For Extra Storage.
Recessed Lighting Is On Dimmers, So You Can Create The Mood You Want.
Wifi And All Utilities (heat, Hot Water, Electricity) Are Included In The Price. There Is No Television.
Hi There! I Came To Nyc For College (columbia University) And I Never Left!!!
Glenn purchased this apartment in 2006
Harlem Is One Of The Last 'real' Neighborhoods In Nyc With Spectacular Architecture And Easy Transportation Options. Staying Here Will Give You The Best Of Nyc (proximity And Easy Access To All Attractions) Without The Worst Parts (noise, Crowds And Traffic).
This Home Is On A Gorgeous,tree-lined Turn Of The Century (1890s) Brownstone Block In A Landmark Enclave, Hamilton Heights.
You literally stay in the basement of a residential building. On the ceiling of the apartment are visible pipes that screech every time someone uses water upstairs. No heat or a/c. My wife and I stayed here in the first week of October 2016 and we are from the south where it is still quite warm in October. In NYC it starts getting cold in early October. Nights it dropped to 45 or 50 degrees. When we asked the owner if there was a heater available to use he simply replied "it's not even that cold yet". Probably would have received 3 stars instead of 2 had he supplied a heater. The stairs leading down to the apartment seem dangerous. The place is very small but did not bother us as it was only my wife and I. Thankfully we were only in there to sleep. It stinks horribly as soon as you open the door of the apartment. A couple days even inside the apartment it smelled as though a rodent had died nearby. Location was ok. Close to subways and not a terribly bad neighborhood. Next NYC trip we will choose another place to stay
The pot I found was not clean, some of them even are mildewed. Chairs in the garden are dirty too. The washin machine is too noisy while it's working.
Such a relaxing outdoor garden area!
Quaint and cute
Subway and bus close
Always felt safe, even at midnight on the street!
Appreciated that Glenn met us to show us the apartment/ condo.
Great AC and fan.
Bed was comfy cozy!
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our extended stay in this Hamilton Heights studio. Originally, we booked for a month to get away from our apartment renovation, but we extended for 2 weeks and would have stayed longer if the apartment was available. It's a small studio, but what it lacks in space it more than makes up for in charm. For us, the garden was a the best feature - a real sanctuary in the city. But Glenn provided a number of other thoughtful touches, as well - the apartment is very well stocked with all the necessities.
The apartment is close to the 1, A, C B & D trains and there's a nice variety of restaurants, bars and coffee shops nearby on Broadway.
Frankly, the stairs down to the apartment took a little getting used to - it really hits home that you're living in a basement. But once you're inside and looking out at your private garden, that feeling quickly goes away!
Had a excellent stay as I transitioned into my own apartment after a last minute return to New York. The apartment was clean and easy to get to when I arrived. Glen was very helpful with my needs and questions. The back patio was charming and a nice getaway to relax and have coffee in the morning or a drink after work. Everything you need is already here waiting for you. I highly recommend staying here.
Just like being a part of the neighborhood. Lovely courtyard to relax in. Clean accommodations. Convenient to public transportation.
Hamilton Heights Is A Vibrant, Landmarked, Residential Neighborhood In West Harlem.
This Area Was The Former Country Estate Of Alexander Hamilton, One Of The Founding Fathers Of The United States. It Also Contains The Famous Neighborhood Known As Sugar Hill.
There Are Many Historical And Cultural Attractions And Sights In The Area. Including Hamilton Grange, The Morris-jumel Mansion And Blocks Filled With Beautifully Preserved, Late 19th Century Architecture.
Nearby Parks Include St Nicholas Park, Riverside Park (1 Block Away), And Riverbank State Park, Which Has Its Own Gym, Olympic Size Pool And Track.
There Is A Conveniently Located Grocery Store 1 Block Away On Broadway/150th. And The Much Loved Nyc Supermarket, The Fairway, Is On 133rd/12th Ave, About A 15 Minute Walk From The Apartment. Here You Will Find A Huge Selection Of All Types Of Food Including Imported, Specialty And Organic.
Harlem Public, A Neighborhood Favorite For Great Pub Food And Atmosphere Is Just Around The Corner.
The Chipped Cup Cafe (coffee/pastries) Is Also Less Than One Block Away And Has A Lovely Nyc Style Garden In The Back.
Also Nearby In The Neighborhood Are:
The Grange, On Amsterdam/141st
And Coccola, On Amsterdam/139th
Columbia University Is 5 Min Away By Subway Or A 25 Min Walk.
Located At 155th And Broadway Are:
The Hispanic Society
The American Academy Of Arts And Letters
Public Transportation Is Plentiful With The 1/a/b/c/d Subway Lines At 145th Street (the A/d Are Express Trains) And Buses On Both Broadway And Amsterdam Avenues. The Nearest A,b,c,d Train Entrance Is On St. Nicholas Avenue Between 148th And 147th Streets. It Is Just 2 Express (a,d) Stops Away To Get To Columbus Circle/lower Central Park (12-15 Min), 3 Stops To Times Square (15-18 Min) And 5 Stops To Chelsea/greenwich Village (20-22 Min).
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add £28 per night, per additional guest|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£400|
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.