Ted is a friendly, communicative, organized, helpful and accommodating host and his house is is in a great Park Slope location fairly near several different train lines. The entry system worked perfectly. The house was spacious, neat and clean - note that this is a house that's clearly lived in by the owner when not being rented out, but nevertheless, very tidy.
My only complaint is that this is listed as an entire home, where it might be more accurately listed as private rooms. Ted tried to explain the set up but I didn't get it til I arrived. So I'll try to describe it fully here:
When you enter the house, the front door opens directly onto the living room; there is no separate hallway. Straight ahead is a staircase that leads first to your bedrooms and bathroom, and then up again to rooms belonging to another tenant. To your right is the living room and kitchen that are pictured in the photos on this site. These are yours to use, but are not totally private because the people who live on the top floor may walk through it at any moment to access their property or go out. Up a flight of stairs to the first landing, you reach your rooms: this floor is set up in a strip with a bedroom at either side and a bathroom and study (with sofa bed) in the middle. While this area was more private, worth noting that it was not possible to lock this area, so theoretically the other inhabitants of the building could have entered at any point, though of course they did not. The large bedroom also has insubstantial blinds so we were woken by the bright sun at 5:30am both days - maybe bring a sleep mask if that's likely to disturb you? The smaller bedroom has better blinds. But the lights in the small bedroom did not seem to work during our stay, and we had to resort to using a torch!
Overall, good value, comfortable, great location if you want to be in the heart of Park Slope, great host to deal with, but make sure you're fully dressed if you're using the living room!