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A large three bedroom apartment, just renovated. It has ten foot ceilings, lots of light and very open layout. A very big living room and dining room. Lots of closets, and two 2nd story decks, with views of the back garden, Jhopenburge Mountain, Main Street, and the Rondout River. Internet, cable, and parking. Right on Main street in beautiful, peaceful, Rosendale NY. Great inspiration for artists and writers, and anyone looking for a lovely vacation. Apartment is above an award winning, Zagat rated vegetarian restaurant, ((website hidden)). Music and events at the Cafe, just walk downstairs and join the fun. Also renters will get a 15% discount on food at the cafe. Music go to ten o'clock on weekend nights. Fully furnished in a tasteful and comfortable style, complety new kitchen, bathroom, couches, and beds!! Walking distance to the rail trail, the bus station, restaurants, shopping, local theater, bike rentals at Favata's TRT Bicycle,( (website hidden)), Trestle walk, kids playground, baseball field, and of course a Liquor store. Many great attractions close by including, climbing at the Gunk’s, skiing, sledding, swimming, mountain biking, Historic Kingston, and many others. If you don't have your own car, I can do picks up and drop off to the train, and bus, and maybe other places. Also, I can bring you to any of the local attractions, like Bellaire or Hunter Mountain, or Mohonk, awastang, miniwaska, for a reasonable fee. Let me know what you need and we can work it out. Thanks for looking!

apartment rental amenities

Fully furnished. New kitchen, and bathroom. All new furniture, beds, mattresses. 42in mounted flat screen. Cable, and wifi. Free parking. Food available right down stairs. 

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