New York City NYC
$2,300

25 East 129th Street, 3

1 bedroom(s) 1 bath(s) 900 Square Ft
$2,300

25 East 129th Street, 3

1 bedroom(s) 1 bath(s) 900 Square Ft
Neighborhood:
25 East 129th Street , 3 New York, NY, 10035
Features
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Southern Exposure
Building Amenities
  • Pre-war
Condo $2,300

Almost 900 sq. ft, this beautiful full floor one bedroom apartment occupying the second floor of a gorgeous Harlem brownstone on a tree-lined street is available for rent. Centrally-located, this spacious apartment is full of charm with exposed brick walls, two decorative fireplaces, high ceilings and beautiful wood floors throughout. The open kitchen has a dishwasher, ample cabinets, counter space and looks out to the large, bright and sunny south-facing living room and dining area. The generously-sized bedroom faces the rear of the building, making for a quiet sleeping oasis and three giant windows let in good natural light. There is a coin operated washer/dryer on the first floor.

This home is conveniently and centrally located in Harlem, close to the 125th Street retail corridor, including the new Whole Foods at Lenox Avenue, with Red Rooster, Corner Social, and Sylvia’s all within a stone’s throw. Numerous transportation options include the M60 to LaGuardia, the Metro North at Park, the 4/5/6 at Lexington, the 2/3 at Lenox along with multiple other bus lines you can get anywhere including downtown in minutes.

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