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About 4 Morton St New York, NY 10014
Come check out this true four-bedroom apartment on the corner of Bleecker and Morton, right in the heart of west village. This is a perfect apartment for four roommates who want a good-sized living room or a family needing space. All-in-one, it is one of the most fun, popular and historic neighborhoods New York City has to offer.
-Massive Living Room
-One King Sized Bedroom
-Three Queen Sized Bedrooms
-Brand New Open Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances
-Marble Counters with Breakfast Bar
-One and One-Half Bathrooms - BRAND NEW
-In unit Washer/Dryer
-New Air Conditioners
The neighborhood is simply phenomenal! It is on a cobblestone lined street in a neighborhood with cute boutiques and trendy cafes on every corner. The neighborhood is tucked between Greenwich Village and the Hudson River and is one of the quietest and most sophisticated pockets of downtown Manhattan. Primarily residential with a distinct lack of office buildings, the leafy, off-the-grid streets are peaceful during the day, but get livelier at night. That's when well-heeled residents, fashionistas and literati can be all found mingling over oysters at the area's many low-lit cocktail bars. It has very convenient shopping, great bars and restaurants for whatever your taste may be, plenty of options for gyms (Equinox, NYSC, Boom Fitness, etc.) and this apartment is only a couple of blocks from the subway (A, C, E, B, D, F, M & 1 Trains), making your commute very easy, no matter where you are headed! The NYU campus is just steps away and Washington Square Park is within a couple minute walk as well.
***Students with a guarantor welcome.
***Pets on a case by case basis.
Just stand on any corner in West Village and you'll know why it's the ultimate Manhattan address coveted by celebrities and authors, business people, and bohemians alike. Charming store fronts in historic brick buildings feature fantastic window displays below apartments laced with iron fire escapes. Trees seem to spring from the sidewalks to shade the narrow streets filled with yellow taxi cabs. Pedestrians stroll the brick-lined sidewalks as patrons sip lattes at outdoor cafes. Historic architecture is everywhere -- and so are the echoes of this neighborhood's long, legend-filled past. Poet Dylan Thomas did not go gently into that good night -- he drank himself to death at the White Horse Tavern in West Village. Jack Kerouac walked the streets here; and so did Henry James, Edith Wharton, and Jackson Pollock.
Brownstones line winding cobblestone streets, and some of the world's best restaurants, shops, and nightclubs dot the landscape.