An urbane, bright study-guest room in the storied Sugar Hill Historic District--the Washington Heights bluff overlooking Harlem. Conveniently located near the blue A/C subway (metro) line and several bus routes. Ideal for the intrepid single traveler seeking an urban experience steeped in authentic neighborhood ambiance.
The study-guest room's living area includes a firm twin (single) bed, 3-drawer clothes chest, hanging closet space, a/c and a lockbox with key for valuables. Study area includes a work desk, free wifi and shelves of NYC-related books, maps and guides at your disposal.
The fully-equipped kitchen is also shared.
Any race, nationality or gender and gay-friendly.
I offer every guest a free walking tour of several sites of local interest, including:
* Dance Theatre of Harlem
* Marjorie Elliot’s Jazz Parlor
* Hispanic Society Museum
* Morris-Jumel Mansion
* Trinity Church Cemetery & Mausoleum
* Church of the Intercession
* Yankee Stadium (Bronx)
* Hamilton Grange
* Convent Avenue Baptist Church
The study-guest room is a hosted space in a multiple-dwelling apartment building, so neighborly courtesy and discretion is required.
The room is private, but the bathroom and kitchen are shared with the male host resident.
The kitchen is not vegetarian.
No smoking is allowed.
No pets, kids or additional guests are permitted, however the lodging welcomes any race, nationality or gender and is gay-friendly.
I am a local history book author and New York City travel book contributor. My writing and photography has appeared in numerous print and online publications. I am also a licensed New York City tour guide.