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Roomy and quiet 2BR in Manhattan!
Roomy and quiet 2BR in Manhattan!

4 guests

2 rooms

2 beds

1 bath

4 guests

2 rooms

2 beds

1 bath

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Ages 2 - 12
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About this listing

Our spacious and quiet 2BR/1BA apartment is located near the A train (20 min. to midtown Manhattan), and walking distance from Fort Tryon Park/The Cloisters. Full size bed in bedroom, and full size futon. Pet friendly.


Extra people: No Charge
Weekly Discount: 50%


The space

Our lovely home boasts 950 sq ft, a very spacious apartment for NYC. It can sleep up to four (two in the master bedroom, two on the futon). There are two AC's, and the apartment in general stays very cool. There is one bathroom, and a separate kitchen with a fold out island for extra counter space. There is a flat screen TV, dining table, and lots of storage. The second "bedroom" is used as a teaching studio for the two musicians who live in. You will also see a six foot baby grand, and many music books. Pets are welcome, as long as they are cleaned up after.

Guest access

Wifi, cable TV and AC are all free to be used, although additional payment may apply. We very much prefer for guests not to touch the piano and other instruments in the music room.

Interaction with guests

We will be present to meet the guest, and hand over keys. Depending on the length of the guest's stay, it will be either ourselves, or a third party.

The neighbourhood

If you are looking for the Manhattan Experience, but find the city a little too noisy and bustling, this is your neighborhood! Even though you are in Manhattan, this neighborhood is quiet, safe, and family friendly. Overlooking the Hudson River, you will find some really beautiful views of the George Washington Bridge, and the Palisades.

You are located near two supermarkets, a Chase Bank, a pharmacy, and multiple restaurants right outside your door. There is also a very excellent wine shop right up the street called Vines on Pine. A short walk south to 181st Street will take you to a Starbucks, and a wonderful Italian restaurant called Saggio.

Heading north, you will find Fort Tryon Park, and the Cloisters Museum, a must-see collection of medieval art.

Getting around

Hudson Heights is a very convenient area with three parking garages and alternate side parking, if you are driving. The closest trains are the A and 1 trains, which means getting to midtown in about 20 min. There is also the M4 and M98 express that stops outside. We are also walking distance from the George Washington Bridge and the GWB bus terminal.

Other things to note

We are on a fifth floor walkup.

House Rules

Please return the apartment in the condition it was handed to you. Cleanliness is of utmost importance to us. We (or our third party) will inspect it before you leave. Please do not leave until the apartment has been inspected. Any damage to furniture, instruments, or belongings will be billed to you accordingly. Please do not use any personal products that have been left in the apartment. Pets are welcome, as long as all traces of shedding have been properly removed. No smoking please.

You must also acknowledge
Dog(s) lives in the house



Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.

Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector

1 night minimum stay

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

2 Reviews

Kelsey User Profile
June 2015
Candace was a very nice host and communicated very quickly to all requests, messages, emails, etc. Any concerns or questions were immediately answered which provided reassurance and everything was taken care of promptly. The neighborhood is great, easy straight-shot into midtown, beautiful parks, etc.

이정민 User Profile
June 2015
The host canceled this reservation 17 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.
Candace User Profile
Response from Candace:
Correspondences with guest showed a lack of understanding of the listing (ex: surprised by the amount of sleeping space, although it was publicly disclosed). Since hosts are out of town, hosts are unable to attend to guest's needs if they are surprised, unhappy or confused. Host is also uncomfortable with treatment of apartment because of confusion in correspondences.
June 2015

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