41 South Chestnut St — 3BR — Apt C → Great Location! *RENTED*

map of 41 S Chestnut Street

UPDATE: THE APARTMENT HAS BEEN RENTED.

Thank you for looking, and best of luck in your search!

Great location! Close to SUNY New Paltz, Bacchus & Main St.

On-site parking, air conditioning, renovated kitchen & bathroom shower, hardwood floors, laundry in building. Nice apartment!

  • Available: June 1, 2021
  • $685/mo per bedroom (= $2,055/ mo) + electric
  • Lease ends May 30, 2022 (may be able to extend)
  • NO BROKER FEES.
  • NO SMOKING (even outside).
  • Parking & laundry on site.
  • Nice, clean, responsible and considerate people only!

** PLEASE Do Not Trespass or Enter the Property or Disturb the Tenants **

Great Location:

  • Very close to campus & Main Street — no taxis or long walks in bad weather

2 blocks from New Paltz campus + Bacchus / Main St.

More Info

  • NO cigarettes, cigars or other tobacco smoking (even outside).
  • One month security deposit + 1st month’s rent due at signing.
  • Good credit — many students don’t have a job or strong credit history, so a lease co-signer (guarantor) is okay too.
  • There is a $50 credit & criminal background check fee — LANDLORD WILL REFUND 100% of this to the person who ends-up renting the apartment.
  • Apartment is mostly furnished. Includes newer stove, refrigerator & air conditioning.
  • Tenant pays HVAC, using new (2018) Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat™ premium high efficiency heat pumps (air conditioning + heating). This is NOT “electric heat” — scroll down to the “HVAC” section learn more.
  • This is NOT a party house. Enjoy your apartment, but please keep it clean and reasonably quiet (not silent, but be respectful of your neighbors).

Safety:

  • Visible building and parking lot on an active street
  • Easy 2 to 3 minute walk to Main Street (no drinking & driving risk)
  • Deadbolt door lock
  • Sidewalks, street lights and crosswalks (to campus & main street)
  • Two fire hydrants right near building — across S. Chestnut (pictured below) and at corner of other driveway, on Mohonk Ave.
  • Intersection of South Chestnut St. and Mohonk Ave updated for safety. Old one pictured above. New one pictured below, from vantage point of the fire hydrant:

** PLEASE Do Not Trespass or Enter the Property or Disturb the Tenants **

Layout:

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HVAC — Heating & Air Conditioning

As part of the 2018 renovation, expensive & dirty central oil heat was replaced with brand new Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat™ premium high efficiency heat pumps (air conditioning + heating).

** This is energy-efficient technology — NOT “electric heat” or “electric baseboard.”

Tenant pays own (inexpensive) HVAC costs, customized to the temperature and humidity you find comfortable.

Here’s a video on how heat pumps work:

Another video, showing the Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat unit in this apartment:

Concerned about it getting too cold outside? These worked perfectly during winter 2018–19, when temperatures were below -5° several days in a row.

  • Comes with a remote control.
  • Can be scheduled so it’s not wasting energy when you’re asleep or not around.

HVAC design & installation by RYCOR (owner is Scott Arnold — here’s my glowing review on Google).

Renter’s Insurance STRONGLY Suggested

To protect yourself and your belongings, renters should consider purchasing renters insurance, also known as “tenants insurance”

~ New York State Dept. of Financial Services (more info)

6 Good Reasons to Get Renter’s Insurance ~Investopedia

Choose Your Roommates Carefully

NY Times: “If My Roommate Stops Paying Rent, Am I on the Hook for It?” (Yes)

Fair Housing+

Landlord is an Equal Opportunity Housing Provider and fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act.

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability or familial status.

Interested?

If so, please text Mark at 201–320–3-two-zero-8 to get one text back in a day or two, when the online application is ready.

Application:

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Thank you!

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