Great views in large Manhattan apt

Great views in large Manhattan apt



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Jul 2014

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our apt was completely renovated in 2012. It is located on the upper west side of Manhattan, close to subways, Columbia University, Central Park. It has a master with attached bath, and two other bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with a double fold out couch. Large living room, dining room, wi-fi, laundry. 21st floor with elevator, 2200 sq. feet.


19 Reviews

More about us

  1. We're a couple with three grown children

  2. Tom is an academic and Kim is a retired nurse.

  3. We enjoy traveling and sharing our home.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
See Time Out New York for all the latest offerings.
Cool bars
too many to choose from.
Cozy cafés
Well, to start the famous Hungarian Pastry Shop is just around the corner. Some of our favorites within a 5 block radius include Le Monde (Bway), Silvermoon Bakery (Bway), and Community Food & Juice (Bway)
Retail therapy
Excellent shopping, from the big names on Madison and Fifth Avenue, to vintage, to the trendier shops in Soho.
Bit of culture
For starters, cab or walk across Central Park to Fifth Avenue's
Walks in the park
Central Park is a ten minute walk. Even closer are Morningside and Riverside Parks.
Spot of exercise
Run, bike or Rollerblade in Central Park. Try a trial course at Body Strength Fitness @ 106th and Bway (their courses are truly the best!)
Day tripping
New York has excellent, cheap public transportation, particularly the subway which can take you all over the 5 boroughs. If you want to view Manhattan from from the water, there's a Circle Tour around Manhattan, and a ferry to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. The Bronx Zoo and Botanical Garden are definitely worth a visit, as is Brooklyn (Art Museum, hip neighborhoods, and its artisanal food culture) and Queens (PS1, Noguchi museum....).

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