Center of Manhattan Walk Everywhere
Legal Apartment Choose 1 or 3 bedrooms, 1 or 1 1/2 Bath, Sleeps 10
*See and do more without wasting time on the subway or train*
*Don't chase rainbows. Stay in a legal apartment.
*In NYC it's all about Location. When you want the Best Center City Location, email us. You will be surrounded by Attractions, Shopping, Restaurants, Theater and Museums.
*The subway is only 2 & 1/2 blocks away but you probably will not need it. You can walk or take a short ride on one of the nearby bus routes.
*When you open your door you'll Step outside and feel all of the energy of NYC. After an exciting and fun filled day of sightseeing, shopping, museums and theater you can escape from the fast pace and relax in haven of peace and calm around the corner from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Close your door and relax in your own private haven with large a walled garden, mature trees and birdsong.
- No events or parties
- No smoking
- Not suitable for pets
- Infant-friendly (0-2 years)
- Child-friendly (3-12 years)
- All people entering the premises must be pre registered
You can take an easy Walk From Your Private Garden Apartment to The Empire State Building, Macy's, Shopping, Restaurants and More It is
*** 2 & 1/2 blocks to the subway
*** 5 & 1/2 blocks to The Empire State Building
*** 6 & 1/2 blocks to Macy's
*** 6 blocks to Penn Station
*** 1/2 block to Dover Market
*** 14 blocks to Times Square
*** 2 & 1/2 blocks to Fairway Grocery Store
***Surrounded by Restaurants
It is at 118 East 30th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues, an elegant and safe neighborhood in the Heart of NYC, The Best Center City Location.
Chose a spacious 1-bedroom apartment or add on an adjacent 2-room suite
The apartment sleeps 5 guests and the adjacent suite sleeps up to 5 additional guests.
Inside your apartment you'll find the romance and charm of Old New York with exposed brick walls, wide plank floors, a fireplace and original oil paintings.
The spacious living room offers you comfortable seating for 10. The single cushioned Bahama bed offers a comfortable night's sleep for another guest. We also offer 3 fold out beds or a high quality air bed on legs if needed.
A quaint 150 year old opaque glass wall separates the living room and bedroom. Pamper yourself with an excellent night's sleep and wake up refreshed in the queen size bed with quality linens and lots of extra pillows. There's plenty of room for all of your clothes and shopping sprees in a wall of custom fitted closets. The glamorous en suite marble bathroom has a small tub with rain shower.
Have a bite to eat or a satisfying drink when ever you feel like it in a newly renovated full kitchen with large double door refrigerator/freezer with automatic ice maker, full stove with oven and full size dishwasher. The kitchen is nicely equipped with microwave, coffee pot, pots and pans, dishes, glassware and flatware.
The dining area with cushioned window seat overlooks the peaceful garden. If you don't feel like cooking, just order in from the many nearby restaurants or have the grocery stores deliver.
An adjacent 2-room 1/2 bath duplex suite is available as an add on for large groups. The small downstairs room is furnished as an bedroom/library and has a queen size bed. Private interior stairs lead from this room to a large upstairs bedroom with 2 twin size beds that can be made up into a King size bed if you prefer. A 1/2 bath is off of this room. We also can add 1 or 2 fold out ottoman beds for you.
This is a no smoking apartment for your comfort. Smoking in the garden is always okay.
The apartment is in a private 4 story townhouse. It is on the garden floor in the back and is exceptionally quiet, clean, safe and secure. We live in the apartment upstairs.
You'll find many extra modern details such as high hat lights in all of the rooms, a security buzzer to open the front doors and quality windows and doors.
The townhouse has a rich history with several famous people who lived here including General Francis Barlow (see his painting by Winslow Homer in the Met Museum) and Mary Fanton Roberts (see her painting by Robert Henri in the Met Museum). It is said that the famous dancer Isadora Duncan once lived here. We have the We haven't been able to confirm this but like to believe that it is true. We hope that you will spend some time here, too.