The apartment is located in a townhouse on a tree-lined, completely residential street in Manhattan's Chelsea district. The entrance to the building is secured with an intercom. (Note: There are 2 flights of stairs.) All linens and towels are provided.
The apartment has a living room with dining area, one bedroom, a bathroom and an open kitchen.
The living room has two windows and faces a tree-lined street. It is fully carpeted and furnished with a comfortable queen-sized sofa bed, two armchairs, dining table and chairs, two coffee tables, a desk and features a brick wall with decorative fireplace. It is equipped with flat screen cable TV and radio/CD player. Cable service has been upgraded for a full range of channels. It has a large closet.
The kitchen is open to the living room and is equipped with traditional gas range with oven, a microwave, electric kettle, coffee maker, toaster and refrigerator with freezer. It is newly tiled and has all necessary pots and utensils to cook simple meals, as well as dishes and glasses.
The bedroom is fully carpeted and furnished with a queen-sized bed, two nightstands and dresser. It includes a large closet and a window. All linens are provided.
The bathroom is newly tiled and includes a w/c, bathtub with shower and sink. Ample towels are provided.
The apartment has Internet access at no additional charge. The apartment is smoke-free. The building is fully equipped with sprinkler system, as well as smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Also provided are an iron, ironing board, hair dryer and umbrellas.
The owners live on the premises and are happy to offer assistance with sightseeing and dining. If possible, they will accommodate early check-in or late check-out.
NEIGHBORHOOD: Chelsea is a neighborhood on the West Side of Manhattan that mixes post-industrial buildings with mid-nineteenth century brick and brownstone townhouses. Chelsea has recently developed into an extremely lively art gallery neighborhood to the west, which has spawned numerous excellent restaurants. There are movie theaters, great shopping and all conveniences along Eighth Avenue and further west. To the east, both 5th and 6th Avenues between 14th and 23rd Streets are lively shopping areas with a huge variety clothing and specialty of stores. A ten-minute walk south puts you in the lively 'meatpacking' district, popular for its restaurants, boutiques and clubs, or the heart of Greenwich Village, while the same time to the north gets you to 34th Street and Madison Square Garden or Macy’s. The famous Chelsea Piers Sports Complex is a ten minute walk west on the Hudson River with health and fitness facilities (pool, gym, classes, rock climbing etc.) rollerblading, two ice skating rinks, bowling alley, driving range and a wide variety of children's programs. The High Line, the old elevated rail line has been converted into an elevated park and a significant section of it is now open to the public, with an entrance only a block away. There are endless things to do in this neighborhood and a wide variety of great restaurants.
TRANSPORTATION: A, C, E trains to 14th or 23rd Street and 8th Avenue; the #1 train to 18th Street and the # 2 and 3 trains to 14th Street at 7th Avenue. (All reachable on foot within 5 minutes.)
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