Rose Hill Maid Services

Does anyone even know that Rose Hill exists?  The name’s fallen out of usage for several decades now, but we haven’t forgotten the area — we’re Polish Ladies Cleaning Service, New York’s Hometown Maids℠ for almost a generation with eighteen years and counting as a local small family business covering the city and Long Island.  Our professional maids have long cleaned the finest homes and offices in Rose Hill, so we’re as familiar as familiar can be with the neighborhood!

And we know cleaning, too, with highly experienced cleaning women who are dedicated to providing the best in traditional European housekeeping this side of the Atlantic!  That’s because being family-owned and operated means we take a very real and personal interest in the genuine satisfaction of our customers.  This is something no big “chain” company could ever do!  We take true pride in our work and you’ll see the difference right from the get-go.  Look at our customer testimonials and then see for yourself “How Rose Hill Stays Well-Kept!”℠

Polish Ladies Cleaning Service.  “How Rose Hill Homes Look Their Rose Hill Best.”℠


A Little About Rose Hill, Manhattan

Rose Hill has been abandoned — mostly, anyway, as a term of Gotham’s cityscape.  Except by the Rosehill Community Association — and even they spell it as one word, not two.  Thankfully, Google Maps has preserved it, though realtors seem to prefer the hip, younger-sounding NoMad, which seems to encompass parts of Rose Hill, actually…yes, it’s all very confusing.

Indeed, there’s quite the overlap between Rose Hill and Kips Bay as well, rendering ambiguous the geography of certain points of interest.  Thus, all too many Rose Hill landmarks are shared, such as Curry Hill and parts of Baruch College, City University of New York (namely, its beautiful library and some administrative offices).  But at least the State’s famed “Fightin’ Sixty-Ninth” has its armory here and is still all Rose Hill’s own!

Speaking of sharing, there’s also a Rose Hill in the Bronx, though it’s a city park, not a whole neighborhood.  How’s that for being forgotten, so nondescript that the name’s so universally applicable?  Well, the eponymous Manhattan neighborhood association would certainly disagree, and who’s to deny them their pride of place?  For our part, we’re always happy to help maintain the good hygiene and uncluttered cleanliness of a Rose Hill address! :-)