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“Nice and plesant appartment” We stayed in this appartment from 21st of february till 1th of March 2014. We enjoyed it very much. A very nice place to stay with your family in a comfortable surrounding. Milton is a nice guy who will help you out and make you feel welcome in a terrific city.
“What a find!” My friend and I stayed in Milton's very comfortable and spacious apartment for five nights. We arrived late (midnight) but Milton was there to meet and greet and give handy tips. The apartment is extremely spacious and comfortable (I love that bed!) and the futon in the sitting room apparently very good too. It is in a lovely brownstone and just around the corner from a subway. It was my first trip to NY, so my first time to Harlem too, and the neighbourhood was totally fine with handy shops at the end of the street and also a couple of great eateries right near by. I can't recommend this place - and Milton - enough and it was also unbeatable in terms of prices being at least 50% cheaper than any other places I looked in to. Merci Milton!
“Calm retreat from the city” My husband, teenage son and I were pleased to arrive after a long plane ride to this clean/ quiet apartment and the kindness and friendliness of Mr Wilson.
The apartment is well located, very simple to get to on the metro. It is only a block to a fully stocked new grocery store. Harlem is a very exciting part of the city.
“Brilliant!” We had an amazing time here, the apartment was huge and fit our party of 7 very comfortably. It had everything we needed, including lots of towels! and the location was literally 2 minutes from the subway. Every one of us agreed that we would definitely stay there again and would recommend it to others. Titi was the icing on the cake too, she was very prompt in getting back to me and was on call for an queries we may have had.