MLS® ID: RPLU-544918236186
2101 Eighth Avenue, 7 B
Manhattan, New York, 10026 $4,100
This two bedroom / two bathroom apartment with hardwood floors and air conditioning is located on the 7th floor of an elevator building on Frederick Douglass Blvd a couple of blocks away from Central Park. It is fully furnished. There is free telephone (unlimited calling to USA & Canada and most of Europe), internet and digital cable TV included in the rent (TV connections in both bedrooms & living room). Other utilities (gas and electricity from ConEd) would be paid by the tenant.The entrance door opens up in a hallway, with coat closet and laundry closet, leading to the living room which provides a sofa, a coffee table, a dining table and four chairs. You will also find a window and a door giving acces to a terrace. The fully tiled open kitchen is equiped with a refrigerator with a freezing compartment, cabinetries, a sink, a stove, an oven, a microwave oven, a toaster, a coffee maker, a blender, and a popcorn maker. You will also find all the cookware and kitchen utensils, a breakfast bar and a window facing the street.The first bedroom with hardwood floors features a full size bed, a walk-in closet, a radio, a window and a door leading to a terrace.The second bedroom with hard wood floors provides a queen size bed, a cable TV,a DVD player, a radio, a closet and a window facing lower buildings of Morninside Park to the west and Central Park to the south.One of the bathroom is accessible from the bedroom.Both of the bathrooms are fully tiled and countain a shower in a tub, a sink, a toilet and closets.Transportation : The B and C trains run on 110th and Frederick Douglas Boulevard.Neighborhood: Harlem stretches from the East River west to the Hudson River between 155th Street; where it meets Washington Heights-to a ragged border along the south. Central Harlem begins at 110th Street, at the northern boundary of Central Park; Spanish Harlem extends east of Harlem's boundaries south to 96th Street, while in the west it begins north of Upper West Side, which gives an irregular border west of Morningside Avenue.