|Tipo de imóvel||sobrado|
Privado chão-thru suite: quarto grande com lavatório adjacente. Quinze pés tectos todo, recém-gessada. Apartamento completo recém-pintada. Lareira esculpidas à mão Imponente e manto. Kitchenette com frigorífico, frangos, microondas, pia e; funcionando portas de correr que separam os quartos. Sala enorme com a sua própria lareira esculpidas à mão e três grandes janelas de sacada. Pull-out queen-size sofá-cama. Sofá adicional adiciona opções de lugares extras. Inflável aero-cama disponível também. Mesa de jantar acomoda confortavelmente três. Coma-in bar ao lado assentos cozinha dois. Banheiro privativo com chuveiro de grandes dimensões. Jardim privado cercado disponível para café da manhã ou um copo de vinho à noite. A uma curta distância (5 minutos) para o hospital Presbiteriano da Universidade de Columbia. Um minuto a pé até C comboio: 20 minutos para Columbus Circle, a 25 minutos da Times Square.
Este apartamento foi destaque no Bad Blood novo filme (2015). A vizinhança foi recentemente utilizado para organizar a série de TV "Deuce".
We loved staying in this townhouse. Bruce, one of the owners, was incredibly helpful and easy to work with. The home is quiet, charming, perfectly set up for a trouble-free stay. The bed is really comfortable, there is ample closet space, and the bathroom was a pleasure to use. Original woodwork and mirrors, fireplaces, marble made the surroundings delightful. There is everything you need within a radius of a few blocks (supermarket, pharmacy, late-night grocery) and the subway C line is only a few hundred feet from the front door. The easy subway access to a major line made transportation planning simple. We never felt that we were too far away from anything. During our trip we went all over Manhattan, down to the lower east side, to the east side, midtown, Harlem... within 10 minutes to a half hour we were wherever we needed to be (and believe me, with holiday traffic taking a cab would have been ruinous and much slower). We would stay here again for sure. Thank you so much to Bruce and Sabrina for a wonderful New York lodging!
There are all for living with children. It is close to subway, 1 minute by walking, food shop. I recomend this apartment, it is better than living in tiny hotel room without kitchen.
I lived in New York City for 16 years and still have family there so I am always looking for somewhere to stay that is comfortable, safe and convenient for subway travel. This apartment was all of these things and more. It is truly a grand old grey stone home with exquisite details like marble sink tops and two wooden faced fireplaces, sliding wooden room partitions and so on. It is not modern, so any one looking for something with shiny finishes and smooth lines may not be quite as pleased, but we loved every nook and cranny of this place.
Perhaps more importantly, it was super clean and well stocked with soaps, toiletries, hand cloths, kitchen accessories, etc. The bed was extremely comfortable, and even being in the city where it can be quite noisy, we slept wonderfully. Of note, the bathroom is private and all yours but is not technically “within” the apartment but just adjacent to the bedroom in the hallway. The entire second floor is yours so it didn’t bother us at all, the shower is great and the bath towels were so soft and lovely.
The apartment is located right around the corner from the C train which we used all the time. And if we walked just a few blocks northwest we could catch the A express or the 1/9. We also drove and had a car to worry about, but accessing this place is soooo much easier than more centrally located places, buzzing in and out of the city across the GWB is so convenient. We only had one night of tricky street parking, but there are parking garages nearby as well. Lastly, it is dog friendly and thus we didn’t have to leave our pup at home, what a great find in the city!!! There were plenty of other doggies being walked in the neighborhood and the grounds of beautiful Morris-Jumel Mansion, just steps away, are also dog friendly.
We loved this apartment and hope to rent it again for a future stay, it’s a great piece of old New York City history!
Our stay at New York was very much enhanced by the hospitalities provided by Bruce and Sabrina. Not only was the apartment very stylish, well maintained and fully equipped, the hosts were accommodating and sincere in making our stay the best it could be. They provided several contacts with us along the process of booking and a sent a personal welcoming letter that established a friendly yet still professional report between us. As a whole, they have done a great job to write and gather information to provide to their guests by compiling a binder filled with materials such as instructions on how to use the local transit including directions to popular tourist attractions and destinations including more authentic local restaurants and other amenities. The neighbourhood is bustling with local activity and the grocery store and pharmacy just meters away were more than adequate to keep us supplied. We met our hosts on a few chance encounters leaving the building and they were very friendly and interested in how they could make our stay better, asking us if we needed anything or what our plans were for the day while adding their own perspective to the itinerary. In addition, they were having some work completed to the exterior of their home and gifted us bottles of wine as a way of saying thank-you for dealing with the inconvenience of the workers outside of the building (which was hardly an inconvenience at all). Overall, Bruce and Sabrina were focused on making our stay very comfortable by creating the feeling of living like a local.
Great appartment. Subway is around the corner which made our traveling to downtown easier. Great restaurants around the area. Thank you so much for the welcome letter it helps a lot.....we defenelly recommend this property it's worth it....
The listing was accurate, this was historic and convenient to the subway. Plus, it was very clean and well maintained. Initially we chose it for proximity to our nephew and niece, but came to appreciate it as a charming haven in Harlem. It is spacious and has so much character. There is a great food market right around the corner too. The owner provided excellent information. We'd recommend this to family and friends.
O trem C é ao virar da esquina e você será transportado para círculo de Columbo em apenas 15 minutos!
A mansão Morris-Jumel (museu) e seus jardins circundantes são abertas ao público e uma caminhada de dois minutos ao virar da esquina.
A Ponte alta - ponte mais antiga de pé de Nova York - acaba de completar uma renovação maciça de 60 anos na tomada, mas valeu a pena a espera. Agora você pode pé ou de bicicleta ao longo de toda a extensão !. Todo o esplendor original tem ben meticulosamente restaurado. O High Bridge continua a ser a parte mais majestosa e visível do Velho Croton Aqueduct, em Nova York, subindo 114 pés acima da maré alta média do Rio Harlem.
Mais tipos de aventureiros podem caminhar 25 minutos para o norte para o Metropolitan Museum of claustros da arte - um jardim bem cuidado lindo aberto ao público durante todo o ano. Vale a pena a caminhada!
Você também pode pegar jogos para a temporada inaugural emocionante da nova marca NYC Football Club - apenas uma caminhada de vinte minutos entre os Macoumbs Droga Bridge.
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês *||Pacote ou Evento|
Estadia mínima: 1 noite(s)
|Observações: As tarifas levam em consideração a estadia de 3 hóspedes, adicione R$ 261 por noite, por pessoa adicional|
|Linens/Towels Laundered||R$ 89 + Imposto|
|Professional Cleaning||R$ 337 + Imposto|
|Taxa de animais de estimação||R$ 567 + Imposto|
* Tarifa mensal aproximada. O valor real dependerá dos dias em que você de fato se hospedar no imóvel.