Brownstone 1BR Quiet, Well-Equipped, Sunny

sun on the LR chairLR TV armoire4 burner stove/convection ovenkitchen cabinet with marble top     toaster/ovenK sink & dishwasher, butcher block counterlooking out BR windowBR queen bedbathroom sinkKichen doors openKitchen doors closeddining table and kitchen viewlooking south out LR windowstable set for four
110 W 81st St, Manhattan, NY 10024

Overview

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 5
Per night $320 - $400
Per week $1,830 - $2,400
Type: Apartment
Description of the Manhattan vacation apartment rental
My striking Brownstone is a 5 story 1895 town house in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. I had the ornate facade resorted recently. It contains 8 apartments, three of which are short-term rentals. ( I occupy the parlor/garden duplex apartment ) .

The apartment itself is on the third floor rear (no elevator), some 750 square feet. The living/dining room is 22' by 20' with two windows overlooking the birch trees in the gardens below. An armoire holds a large screen TV with DirecTV satellite feed. A desk and its chair, sofa and armchair, coffee table with four children's seats, dining table and chairs for 4 or 6, and Murphy (vertical) bed are in the Living/Dining room. Off the LR is a storage area with a folding cot, dining table extension, folding crib, and highchair.
Behind folding doors is the kitchen -very well equipped with a coffee maker, Cuisinart food processor, counter toaster/oven, KitchenAid frig/freezer, 2'X2' marble counter for bread making, Micasa ceramic service and cutlery for eight, wine and tumbler glasses, table mats and napkins, Cuisinart stainless steel cooking set, most of every thing needed to cook, and a dishwasher to clean it all up.
The bedroom, with its queen-size bed, another TV in its armoire, huge closet, another telephone, and two windows, over looks the backyard. The windowed full bathroom is between the BR and LR/DR.

Alexander Walling

Area Info
The house is in a neighborhood of town houses on the side streets, large apartment buildings on the avenues, piles on Central Park West, and grand institutions like the Museum of Natural History, the New York Historical Society, and Lincoln Center close by. It lies between the huge Central Park and the narrower Manhattan-long Riverside/Hudson Park.

The area has a large number of restaurants on each block of varying ethnicities and sophistication. Zabar's famous deli and the superb Fairway market are just a few blocks away on Broadway. Central Park is one block away, offering a stroll to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and all the other institutions on Museum Mile.

The immediate area is well served by two subway lines and buses going north and/or south along every avenue, as well as the 79th Street crosstown bus line. None of the other areas of Manhattan - Times Square, the Village, or the Financial District, for example - is located far away in time or is difficult to visit .
Unlimited Metrocards are available at subway stations at any hour.
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Mar 16 2014 Dec 17 2014 $325 - $2,146 - 3 nights
Nov 04 2014 Nov 10 2014 $400 - $2,400 - 4 nights
Nov 24 2014 Nov 28 2014 $400 - $2,400 - 4 nights
Dec 18 2014 Jan 02 2015 $400 - $2,400 - 4 nights
Jan 03 2015 Mar 15 2015 $320 - $1,830 - 3 nights
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: usually 50%, unless longer reservation date
Payment Options: Visa, Money Order, Mastercard, Discover, Cashier's Check, Personal Check, PayPal
Other Fees: Cancellations:100% 60 days prior;90% 30 days prior;up to 80% if owner re-rents all , $50 cleaning fee except for weekly rates all taxes included in rates
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Museum of Natural History/Planetarium, New York Historical Society, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Guggenheim Museum, Museum of the City of New York, Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum, Zabars, Fairway
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