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About 553 W 148th St New York, NY 10031
NO BROKER FEE! Cozy and sonny, studio apartment, high ceiling, renovated with tiled bathroom, hard-wood floor, new kitchen and more. Near transportation, trains 1 - A- B - C - D, buses M4 - M5 --M100 - M101 -- Bx.19cross town, off Broadway mall, a walk to State park. This comfy West Harlem studio for only $ 1,385.27 will not be on the market for long. Open house: only on Saturday, April 28. 11:30 AM to 01:30 PM. come early. 553 West 148th Street. New York NY 10032. NO BROKER FEE!
Amenities & Expenses
- Hardwood Floors
- 12 Months
- •Hardwood Floors
City - New York
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