One bedroom apartment on cobblestone street in Red Hook, a few blocks from the East River and sunsets behind the Statue of Liberty. there's a sweet cat named his who comes and goes.
This is a floor-through one bedroom apartment on the second floor. The building is four stories and was built in 1911. While it is definitely a historic apartment with original fixtures, it is well maintained. Windows in the front and back allow lots of light and a cross breeze. You can see a pre-Civil war pier and even the water out of the front windows. You can hear seagulls and buoys. I've lived here for ten years and couldn't imagine living anywhere else.
The apartment comes with WIFI, a piano, a bike you can use, and an extremely affectionate outdoor cat named Gus. She comes and goes, I will ask that you give her some food each day. There is an air conditioner in the bed room that I use several nights each summer. The building is within a block or two of a Fairway Market, Ikea, New York City Water Taxi (to Pier 11/Wall Street), Liberty events space (many people stay here for weddings), the river and a view of the Statue of Liberty, and a large pedestrian pier. There are also several coffee shops and restaurants, as well as Sunny's, one of the most special bars in New York City.
Zugang für Gäste
The apartment is a kitchen, bedroom, bath, living room, and office, and it's all yours.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I will be out of town and only available by phone during your stay. If there is a situation that needs someone to stop by, I will arrange for a family member or friend that lives in the neighborhood to come help.
- a outdoor cat named gus lives here
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I am from North Carolina but have lived in New York and as a public school teacher for twelve years.
I moved to Red Hook the first year I lived in New York because the feel of the neighborhood was such a contradiction - wild yet industrial, quiet yet urban, desolate yet friendly, all with the smell of the ocean. Since I've lived here we have gotten a Fairway, an Ikea, boutiques, and several delicious bars and restaurants. The streets are full of bicycle riders on weekends, yet the lack of a subway station still makes it feel removed and special.