Quiet, warm, light, comfortable and exquisitely clean boutique apartment on 3rd floor of historic (c,1886 ) Harlem brownstone. Lots of original detail. Queen-size bed, full, private bath & small private kitchens All amenities and appliances: dishes, linens, towels, refrigerator, toaster, coffee-maker, cooktop & oven, WI-Fi, A/C. Luxurious Egyptian cotton 600 thread count wrinkle-free sheets provide a beautiful rest. The Egyptian cotton towels are fluffy and super absorbent. All linens are laundered in organic "7th Generation" detergent. Close to all public transportation; Central Park a jog away, numerous eateries, markets, jazz clubs close by. Coffee & tea provided, 1st morning's complimentary continental breakfast. Apt. has table, chairs, desk, closets. Beautiful, small community park just across the street. This is an inviting an safe atmosphere as numerous past guests have testified. The proprietors live in the brownstone with their veteran Maine Coon cat They are also founders and Co-directors of Project Harmony, Inc. -- (URL HIDDEN) Telephone in office for (free) calls within U.S. and Canada.International calls require a small fee.IMPORTANT! CALL FOR RESERVATION CONFIRMATION! Please note, we have a cat! Poppacat does not ever enter the apartments, however, but does enter common areas.
No smoking; common respect and decency--no illegal drugs; no excessive alcohol. Remove shoes upon entering.
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My husband, Haja, and I, are educators, activists, artusts. We are social justuce-minded, and are active in our community. The mission of the grassroots organization--Project Harmony, Inc-- which we founded over 25 years ago is to help ourselves and others cultivate an awareness of our community, our environment, and all life and to promote justice for all.. Our mantra is "respect and care for the community of life." We manage a community garden-park, The JD Wilson Memorial Garden, just across the street from our historic Harlem brownstone. The "garden" is host to numerous programs and events for community members and anyone from anywhere who might want to join us.
Cindy is an award-winning poet and writer; Haja is a radio host on Harlem 411 at WHCR, 90.3 FM, "The voice of Harlem." He is active with numerous community organizations and is also a portrait artist. We have three cats only one of which guests are ever likely to see/meet. We also have a recently acquired rescue "Beagle" a sweet little guy--but sometimes noisey! He's learning!