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Completely remodeled, beautiful and spacious 3 bedroom, 2 full bath house for rent! Located only one block from NYC direct bus route and a short drive to Midtown Manhattan, this full house rental offers a living room with fireplace, a formal dining room which is great for entertaining, plus a modern eat-in kitchen with granite table and desk. The basement is finished with a large family room, den/office and a laundry room. Other rental highlights include: gleaming hardwood floors, master bedroom with large walk in closet & skylight, Jacuzzi tub, detached garage and full use of yard. Pets will be considered on an individual basis. This is a must see! Home is larger inside than how it appears outside. 1.5 Security DepositRead moreMaster bedroomCompletely remodeledLarge family roomJacuzzi tubGranite tableLarge walk in closetGleaming hardwood floors
Hudson, county, northeastern New Jersey, U.S. It constitutes a low-lying coastal region bounded by the Hackensack and Passaic rivers to the west, Newark Bay to the southwest, Kill Van Kull to the south, and Upper New York Bay and the Hudson River to the east. Although timberland is scarce, oak and hickory are the main forest species. The county includes the waters surrounding the Statue of Liberty National Monument on Ellis and Liberty islands; Liberty Island belongs to the state of New York, while Ellis Island is administered jointly by New Jersey and New York.
Algonquian-speaking Delaware Indians inhabited the region when English explorer Henry Hudson visited in 1609. Known as the “Gateway to New York,” Hudson county, created in 1840 and named for the explorer, is linked to New York City by the Lincoln and Holland tunnels; these are managed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, one of the nation’s busiest transportation complexes. Jersey City, the county seat and the site of Liberty State Park, is the home of Jersey City State College (founded 1927; opened 1929) and Saint Peter’s College (founded 1872). The Stevens Institute of Technology was established in the city of Hoboken in 1870. Other cities are Bayonne and Union City.