Fully furnished 2BR apartment in the heart of New York's West Village. Large, sunny, and beautifully furnished. Windows in every room and great views of the city. Corner of West 4th and Cornelia Street, walking distance to cafes, restaurants, downtown nightlife and subway lines.
Gorgeous, quiet and spacious 2 bedroom apartment in the heart of the west village. Comfortable modern design with bright accents and great light throughout the apartment. The kitchen has a wonderful open layout and can easily accommodate 6 for dinner. There are plenty of pots, pans, knives and spices available for you to use. You can enjoy french pressed coffee on a cool morning or iced coffee on a hot summer afternoon. The living room has a large couch, many books, and a beautiful piano.
In the main bedroom, you can rest comfortably on a queen sized tempurpedic mattress. There is closet space available and a bedside light for reading. In the second bedroom, you'll have a wonderful view of West 4th Street (an even closer view from the fire escape too, if you dare...). Enjoy the twin sized tempurpedic mattress as well.
One final note - to get to the apartment, you will need to walk up four flights of stairs, but once inside, you'll be rewarded with great light and views from every window.
Stylish flat includes:
- living room with piano
- newly renovated kitchen with all the cooking utensils you could ask for
- master bedroom with queen bed
- 2nd bedroom with twin bed
- bathroom with shower
- laundromat less than a block away
- many local cafes, bars, and restaurants footsteps away
- street parking
- 1 block from the West 4th Street subway stop (A,C,E,B,D,F,M trains) and 2 blocks from the Path and Christopher St 1 train
Interaction with guests
I may be in town during your stay, or may be traveling. Either way, I am always accessible via email for anything you may need. If you'd like some recommendations for great places to check out in the neighborhood, I'm more than happy to help.
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