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

map of 41 S Chestnut Street
map ( red marker, above-left)

UPDATE: THE APARTMENT HAS BEEN RENTED.

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.
Looking towards Main St. — fire hydrant across S. Chestnut St
  • 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:
New, safer intersection with two crosswalks

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

Layout:

overview of the property and building

zoomed-in

3 bedrooms + 1 bath layout

Photos

Kitchen, looking towards bedrooms #1 and #2
looking towards living room from kitchen, and from bedroom #2
looking into living room
another towards living room + heat/air conditioning remote controls
living room + outside Apt C entrance
bathroom double sink + bedroom #2
bathroom toilet area (has privacy door) + tiled shower
front of building, off S. Chestnut St (3 parking spots) → apt C entrance on left side of building
new plants fall 2020

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:

How air-sourced 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

6 Good Reasons to Get Renter’s Insurance ~Investopedia

Choose Your Roommates Carefully

Fair Housing+

Interested?

Application:

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Thank you!

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