About this listing
Entire apartment is all yours! Have a chance to stay in a Harlem brownstone.
The entrance to the apartment is to the right of the gray stairs. Down 2 steps. The door with the black gate.
Centrally located on West 129th Street between Lenox & 7th Ave.
My place is a 3-minute walk from the Apollo Theater, Studio Museum in Harlem, Sylvia's and new five-star Red Rooster restaurants. A brief stroll to historic sites like the Schomburg Center and Central Park's beautiful Harlem Meer, Morningside Park and St. Nicolas Park.
Grocery Store and Laundry are right on the corner.
4 minutes walk to the 2 & 3 Trains, M60 bus to LaGuardia Airport, M2 bus Museum Row, 125th Street Shopping District; A, B, C & D Trains are also close by
The apartment is located on the ground level. There are 2 steps to walk down to access the front door.
1 bedroom, with full size bed, and queen size futon. full-floor apartment with outdoor space… it's a home away from home. The modern kitchen is fully stocked (pots, pans, plates, glassware, juicer, steamer, bowls, teapot, coffee maker, all the stuff you need in a kitchen), and is equipped with brand new dishwasher, four-burner gas range, microwave, and multiple cabinets. Built-in heating and air-conditioning system assures ultimate comfort. Lots of heat in the winter and cool AC in the summer.
Queen size sofa bed is in the living room
Cable TV (100s) of channels!
We are family friendly.
There is street parking available (please read street signs carefully) and there are garages in the neighborhood.
2,3 subway lines can have you in Times Square in 15minutes.
Extra air mattress con be provided for additional guests.
Interaction with Guests
The best way to reach me throughout your stay is through the Airbnb website. Airbnb sends a text, email and a message on their app when you send a message.
If I am not able to meet you at the door, there is a keybox on the door.
The neighborhood is a lively, fun neighborhood. Many restaurants, bars, nightlife, shopping, as well as playgrounds, parks, free entertainment, jazz. It has everything.
Lenox avenue has great places like Corner Social, Red Rooster, Chez Lucienne. All of which are open late, with outside cafes, so I feel safe walking alone at night.
Harlem is one of the friendliest neighborhoods I lived in, in NYC.
No burning incense. It is very hard to get the smell out.