The apartment is an oasis in the heart of excellent shopping, walking, cafes, and nightlife. A small studio apartment with an open feel and room enough to chill for a few people. The apartment is a 5-10 minute walk from Union Square, Meat Packing District, and the Greenwich Village. One block from Christopher St subway stop (1 & 2 trains) Two blocks away from The West 4th St subway stop.
The apartment has a bathtub/shower in the bathroom, a small but complete gas stove, refrigerator, and sink kitchenette, a comfortable full sized bed (and a second comfy aerobed) and a charming fire escape window view of the building's inner courtyard. Tranquil neighborhood and apartment; no noisy neighbors or sounds from the street to keep you awake at night because the apartment faces the back of the building. WiFi Included. There's no TV or computer in the place. There's a flat screen monitor if you want to plug in your laptop, watch videos, or work.
If you're interested in my space, I'd love to hear from you.
***This building was built in the pre-depression era. It's old but has its charm, like the city itself. It also has its quirks (please see house rules for more details). It's cozy for two but tight for three. But it's indeed a serene, clean, well located, and safe place to stay in New York. If a luxury experience is indeed your thing, then this might not be your place. Also, the sleeping area and kitchen are not separated by a wall so at night when you can hear the compressor in the refrigerator turn on. Regardless, I will do my best to accommodate you, but my home is neither a hotel or luxury. It is however a Serene and Clean West Village Studio.***
Thanks for visiting, hope to hear from you soon, Joshu
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Despite its wealthy, celeb-heavy demographic and a profusion of restaurants and boutiques, the West Village manages to preserve a low-key, everyone-knows-everyone feel and picturesque charm. Only here…
To truly see everything worth seeing, walk, walk, walk...or bike!
Trains: One block from Christopher St subway stop (1 & 2 trains)