2252 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, Apt 3-B

$2,200

Harlem

2 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

1

Bath

4

Rooms

Available On
Immediately
Lease Info
Lease Term: One Year

NO FEE - 2 Months Free - No Security Deposit**

Newly Renovated 2Bed in Harlem Now Available for Immediate Move-in, just steps to A, C, B, D trains!

This is a beautiful, sun-lit 2 bedroom in the heart of Harlem. The unit features hardwood floors, a modern kitchen, large bedrooms and ample storage space. The unit is conveniently located just steps from the subways at 135th St, and a short walk to the shopping and transportation at 125th St. City College, St. Nicholas Park and historic Striver's Row are also a short walk away

Other features include:
- Stainless steel appliances
- Dishwasher
- Beautiful quartz counters
- Recently updated bathroom
- Hardwood floors
- High ceilings + large windows
- Multiple closets
- Guarantors welcome, pets accepted

** Deposit Free - this apartment can be rented deposit free. With SayRhino, your security deposit is replaced with affordable monthly insurance, no upfront payment required! Inquire today or go to sayrhino.com for more details.

Truly a must see, contact for a private showing today!

* No fee to direct clients, 1mo OP offered to outside brokers
* Rent advertised is net effective for 2 months free on 14mo lease

Courtesy of: MNS
Property: 2252 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd

1910

Year Built

5

Stories

  • Pre war Pre war

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