This is a beautiful brownstone that we lovingly rebuilt as our family home. It is MUCH larger than most homes in the city of New York. A generous, agreeable home in which to relax and enjoy all that NY has to offer. Incomparably spacious and comfortable and priced for affordability.
We do have a strict no smoking policy and require quiet evening activities.
The expansive first floor of the brownstone has 12 ft ceilings, a gleaming fully equipped kitchen w/washer and dryer, a comfortable living room with large flat-screen television and a dining room with an extra wide table that seats 8 plus diners. There are four ample and pleasant bedrooms. On the third floor, one bedroom has a king sized bed, one cozy bedroom with a full/double bed and one bedroom has two full/double beds. The Master bedroom on the second floor has a queen bed and large en suite bathroom - soaking tub, heat lamp and separate toilet. The office has two couches that fold out to full/double beds for more options. There is also a snug reading nook on the second floor with a single foldout. There are 2 full bathrooms and one half bathroom, one on each floor. All linens provided.
There is a lovely south facing perennial garden. Perfect for coffee in the am, an outdoor play space for children, or al fresco dinner at twilight.
Please, no smoking indoors and no loud parties. This is not a hotel but a private residence in a neighborhood with families.
It is easy to get everywhere. MTA/Subway - two blocks from the 2/3, five blocks from the A/B/C/D, three stops from mid-town - 18min - LYFT and UBER anywhere.
Metro-North Commuter train - 125th Street station is five blocks away, 45 min to Connecticut.
Local Dining has boomed in the last few years with some real standouts all walking distance –
B&K French Cuisine
Patisserie des Ambassades,
Serengeti Tea Shop and many more, all fantastic and some just steps away!
We are close to Columbia University, Barnard College, Teachers College and City College.
There are many local attractions like Hamilton Grange, - "We'll get a little place in Harlem and we'll figure it out" where Alexander & Eliza raised their children, Morris-Jumel Mansion, Grants Tomb - Riverside Dr & West 122nd St, Metropolitan Museum of Art - 83rd & 5th, Guggenheim -5th Ave & East 89th, The Frick -1 East 70th, Studio Museum in Harlem 144 West 125th, Whitney Museum of Art- East 75th & Madison, The Albert Maysles Cinema on Lenox and West 127th, Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Broadway & 204th St, The Jewish Museum – East 92nd & 5th, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum 2 East 91st St, The Cloisters - 99 Margaret Corbin Dr, Natural History Museum & Rose Center of Earth and Space (Hayden Planetarium)- 81st & Central Park West, American Museum of Folk Art -Columbus Ave & 66th, Museum of Modern Art- 53rd & 5th, 911 Memorial and Liberty Park, The Tenement Museum-Orchard and Delancey Sts and many other sights to see.
Central Park Zoo- 5th Ave and 64th, Bronx Zoo, Botanical Gardens, Fort Tryon Park, Marcus Garvey Park, Mount Morris Park, Cathedral of St John the Divine, Morningside Park, and on and on.
You can walk to Central Park. There you'll find The Meer, Charles Dana Discovery Center, Lasker Pool and Ice Rink, Wollman Ice Rink, The Block House, Bethesda Fountain, Poet's walk, Untemyer Fountain, Vanderbilt Gate, The Carousel, Strawberry Fields, Belvedere Castle, Seneca Village, Balto, Shakespeare Garden, Conservatory water (sailboat pond) & Kerbs Boathouse, the list goes on and all so close! See what you can find http://www.centralparknyc.org/.
Many trendy boutiques have found their way to Harlem as well as chains - from H&M, NiLu, Trunk Show Designer, Harlem Haberdashery, Carols Daughter to Columbia U Consignment - all in the neighborhood.
If you plan to eat in, you're in luck. We have a real kitchen and there are a number of food shopping options. Fairway Grocers - 12th Ave & 127th street(great selection), Fine Fare-Lenox Ave. & 116th street, Whole Foods 125th & Lenox(closest), Bravo Supermarket - 2395 Frederick Douglas BVLD & 128th street, CTown Market-116th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Bvld, Best Market-Frederick Douglas & 119th St. Many corner convenience stores with staples.
On street parking - please read the signs. Commercial parking is available https://www.parkwhiz.com/p/new-york-parking/160-w-124th-st.
No smoking. No loud parties. So sorry, no pets.