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Located at the corner of West 3rd and Sullivan Street, directly across from Manhattan's historic Washington Square Park, this cozy studio home is nestled in New York City's most artistic neighborhood - Greenwich Village. With the NYU’s campus close-by, this spacious home features a Queen Size bed and a large closet to give you plenty of storage for your clothes. The kitchen is efficient and the bathroom is complete.
* Traditional NYC 'walk-up' apartment building * Kitchen includes microwave, gas stove, refrigerator * Queen Size bed in the unit * Flat screen TV with basic cable * Complimentary Wifi internet connection * Hardwood floors throughout * Lovely outdoor views
Per regulation, there is a 31 night minimum.
About the Manager
City Vacation Rentals
Languages spoken:English, Spanish
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:March 2016
Interaction with guests:
You will receive an email shortly before your arrival on how to check-in and all other pertinent info.
You will not hear from me again after check-in unless you need me.
1. By agreeing to this RENTAL, you agree to abide by all NYC regulations.
2. Per regulation, there is a 31 night minimum.
3. Wifi and cable television is a free service which...
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
3:00 PM check-in
11:00 AM check-out
1 Full bath
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
R 1 452 / stay
R 7 262 / stay
R 1 815 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Greenwich Village is undoubtedly one of New York's best-known neighborhoods. It's very mention evokes an assortment of familiar images - a cultural underground of bohemians and beatniks; the stately world of Henry James' Washington Square; jazz clubs galore; tourists on Eight Avenue and Bleecker Streets, and of course, the booming art scene.
At night, Greenwich Village comes alive with sounds from restaurants, late-night coffee-houses, cafes, theaters, and music clubs.
Any-thing and everything can be had from a great burger and fries from the Corner Bistro to an intimate candlelit dinner at One if by Land, Two if By Sea.
Conveniently located just two blocks from the A, C, E, B, D, F, and M trains. One street away from Washington Square and a few streets away from NYU. There's truly no excuse not to visit!