3 Bedroom

66 W 109th St 2955885, New York, NY
$$2700 monthly
#110605 BED: 3 BATH: 1
    Property Description
    Walk in and you’ll see a renovated apartment with luminous windows that warmly light the glistening hardwood floors. Never have to worry about finding a public Laundromat again for you will have a washer dryer in unit. That’s right do your laundry in the comfort of your own home. The apartment has recessed lighting which shows off the exquisite new eat in kitchen. The kitchen comes stocked with everything a cook could need, new stainless steel appliances, microwave, dishwasher, oven, refrigerator, and lavish new cabinets and counter-tops. This building is located right down the street from Central Park, and the 110th St/Central Park West subway stop (A,B,C,D). With everything this quaint apartment has to offer you’ll feel right at home in no time. Until the late 19th century, Morningside Heights was mostly undeveloped farmland. In 1895, Columbia University moved from Midtown Manhattan to 116th and Broadway, the site of a former insane asylum, and the rest is history. The Manhattan School of Music resides in this area as well. Morningside Heights houses many famous churches. Make sure you check out Cathedral of St. John the Devine and the Riverside Church. The neighborhood’s Gothic architecture is modeled after the cathedral in Chartres, France. Since outsiders rarely head uptown, neighborhood nightlife mostly consists of grad students avoiding dissertations, undergrads avoiding papers, and of course the locals cooling down after working long hours in the fast passed downtown area. You can find these people in bars like 1020, The Heights Bar and Grill, Paddy’s, Manhattan Brew and Wine, Isola, Toast, and the Lion’s Head Tavern. The Miller Theater is a local hot spot with Columbia bringing in world-class opera’s every chance they can get. The Columbia kids and locals have many long-standing quick favorites such as the giant slices of Koronet Pizza, or the quick Middle Eastern food of Amir’s. For something more relaxed, try Ethiopian at Massawa, brunch time at Kitchenette, or the dangerously delicious meat emporium of Dinosaur BBQ. Italian lovers get their fix at cozy Max SoHa and the wonderful Piscticci. If you need a quick fix before work or class check out Oren’s, The Hungarian Pastry Shop, or The Chokolat Bakery and Culture Tea Bar. Love to spend time outside? Well lucky for you Central Park has many entrances in the neighborhood. If you do need to head downtown it’ll only take about 20 minutes on one of the many subways (A,B,C,D). *Hardwood Floors * 3 Bedroom * 1 Bathroom * Washer Dryer In Unit * Walk Up * Stainless Steel Appliances * Microwave * Dishwasher *Near Transportation *Renovated

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