229 W 105th St, 3 Beds, 1 Bath

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Rent$3,666
Bedroom(s)3
Bathroom(s)1
Geographic Area Upper West Side, 10025
This spacious 3 bedroom apartment is located on a tree lined street just 2 blocks from the 1 train, and is within walking distance of Columbia University. Features: - 3 bedrooms that can easily accommodate queen size beds plus bedroom furniture - Hardwood floors throughout - Large living room - Great closet space & High ceilings. The apartment is in an elevator building that is surrounded by a variety of shopping, dining, and nightlife options. Central Park and Riverside Park are both within walking distance. This is an amazing opportunity to live comfortably in a great neighborhood at an affordable price! If interested, Call Alan 917-202-7777 (RLNE2410815)

Apartment Amenities

  • 12 Months
  • Cats Allowed
  • Elevator in Building
  • Heat Included
  • High-Speed Internet Available
  • Large Dogs Allowed
  • Oven
  • Range
  • Refrigerator
  • Small Dogs Allowed
  • Unfurnished
  • Water Included
 

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