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Renovated Private Apt in Chelsea

Whole home in Chelsea / Flatiron District, Manhattan

Hosted by Eduardo

What type of unit is this?

Whole home

How many guests can stay in the unit at one time?

5 guests

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How many beds and bedrooms iwll guests have access to?

2 bedrooms, 2 beds, 1 sofa/cot

Is the unit exclusively prepared for your setup, or might some personal items be present?

Exclusively prepared for guests

How many bathrooms iwll guests have access to?

1 bathroom

Is parking provided? And if so, is there an additional cost?

No parking

We'll introduce you to the host

Eduardo prefers to receive inquiries through email.

Total price: $900.00
Security deposit (refundable): $500.00

What is this?

You're renting my apartment on the third floor of a small building in the heart of Chelsea, close to public transportation and everything Manhattan has to offer. It is perfect for your work from home needs (300+ Mbps internet, two potential work stations, multiple outlets). The apartment will be meticulously cleaned and sanitized prior to your no-contact arrival. Bathroom and bedrooms were remodeled in 2021.

The space:
The apartment occupies the entire third floor of a small building in Chelsea. There is only one other unit in the building. The entrance to my place is on the second floor (one flight up). Once inside the apartment it's one more quick flight of stairs up. There is no elevator.

You'll walk into the open living room/kitchen/dining area. The living area features a comfy couch, a 50" HD TV (with HBO Max, Netflix, Amazon, Apple TV, etc) and an Apple HomePod mini. The kitchen has everything you need to cook, including a brand new stainless steel refrigerator.

The first bedroom has a queen bed and space to store your things. The second bedroom also has a queen bed, a desk and a closet. I'll provide everything you need for your stay: sheets, towels, pillows, blankets, etc. Both have blackout shades.

The apartment has heating controlled by thermostat, a window AC unit in the kitchen, and during summer AC units in each bedroom.

In short, a great place to hunker down in the middle of New York City.
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Guest access
You will check yourself in with a lockbox and will have access to the entire apartment. My music collection and library is on display (CDs and Vinyls), please do not disorganize neither take any of them with you (unless marked as being given away).
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Other things to note
The apartment is on the third floor of a three story building. The second floor is occupied by a psychic and her family. Unfortunately they are not as clean and tidy as I am, and sometimes they smoke in their apartment which is against the building rules. The building entrance is shared and while we have it cleaned prior to each new group, it takes no time for it to get messy again. They don't take very good care of the entrance to their apartment/business, but I do take great pride in, and care of, my space and do everything in my power to mitigate the issues they sometimes cause, including having two professional grade air purifiers inside the apartment (please keep them on at all times). Update: We are happy to report that they have been way better neighbors in the past two years (this was updated on February 2024)

Additionally, keep in mind that the apartment is facing 23rd street (a noisy street), hence if you are a light sleeper it is recommended you bring earplugs with you (we provide some in the bathroom as well).

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