Super cute 1 bedroom apartment with attached office, in a hundred year old, historical brownstone.
If you're traveling to New York City don’t settle for a cramped hotel room. Stay in an Historic Brownstone and get a true taste of living as a New Yorker.
This 1 bedroom apartment with attached den, is best suited for 2 guests, but can sleep 4. It is truly charming, with tin ceilings, hardwood floors, newly renovated bathroom & kitchen with stainless steel appliances. It also includes free wifi internet! Living room has a sofa bed and there is a daybed in the small room. Best suited for 2 or a family of 4. This is a 1.5 bed room apartment- 1 large bedroom with private den attached.
Located in the Bedstuy/ Clinton Hill neighborhood of Downtown Brooklyn. We're across the street from the C Train & S Shuttle that connects to the 2, 3, 4, 5, & Q trains. 2 blocks from the A Express train & the Long Island Railroad and near all major bus lines.
Close to shopping, theaters and tourist attractions including The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Public Library, Prospect Park and even just a subway ride to Coney Island. We are 1.4 miles from Pratt Art Institute.
Also in the neighborhood are tons of cafes & restaurants like these: Outpost Lounge,Kush Cafe, Joloff, Choice Market, Nice Pizza & Heavenly Crumbs Bakery.
15 minute train ride to Manhattan
$400 security & cleaning deposit is required at check-in, and will be refunded upon check-out provided the place is left the way it was found.
A $50 fee is charged for early check-in and late check out (when available).
Available for long-term rental.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Autonomy is our philosophy. I travel a lot a may not be in town during your stay. I am always available by phone or email.
All the other facilities that you see in the images are included and they are private
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A professional photo editor and photographer living bi-coastal. I spend half the year in Berkeley, CA and the other half in Brooklyn, NY.