-Located on Baker & Schuyler Streets across from Bergman Park in Jamestown, NY-
 
  • The Westchester Apartments in Jamestown, NY are set on a beautiful and quiet campus of 84 units across four buildings.
  • NICE One ($570/mo) and Two ($625/mo) bedroom apartments are available for immediate rental!
  • The secure buildings provide an intercom system so unannounced guests must be "buzzed in" to enter the building.  (You may also choose to physically open the door for them.)
  • All applicants must pass a safety background check!
  • Each building has its own coin operated laundry facility, which includes two washers and 2 dryers.  to every 12 apartments!
  • Each apartment includes a kitchen with refrigerator and stove/oven.
  • Enjoy air conditioning, heating and ample amounts of storage!
  • Very Affordable Jamestown B.P.U. electricity! (To be paid by the Renter)
  • Cable/Internet are seperate and must be paid by Renter.

  • Snow plowing, shoveling and salting is all handled by the on-site Maintenance Manager.
  • Garbage pickup is included and they even have a recycling program!
  • The campus has plenty of parking and the residential settings allow you to enjoy picnics, outdoor cooking and plenty of relaxation.  This is a great area to jog, or walk in!

 

To request a viewing contact the Property Manager directly by calling 716-664-9537 or the Management Team at 330-286-3413.  (Be sure to tell them you heard about the Westchester Apartments from Dan Warren and Media One Group radio stations!)

 

Furniture is not included with your rental.  Furniture seen in photos is available at Champion Rent to Own & House to Television in Jamestown, NY.   For more information on how you can have new furniture for less visit them online at HouseofTelevision.com or visit in person on Third Street, next to the Ice Arena, or on Washington  Street, next to Tops.

 

 

News Update for Sun., July 15, 2018

(Update**)Overnight outage blamed on issue at BPU Plant... An electrical outage that impacted certain Board of Public Utilities' substations led to an outage Saturday night through early Su...

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