Ganze Unterkunft

7 Gäste

3 Schlafzimmer

3 Betten

Ganze Unterkunft

7 Gäste

3 Schlafzimmer

3 Betten

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This sunny 3 bedroom home has a warm and inviting feel, is minutes from midtown New York City via bus that stops outside the home. Listing discounted until we get reviews and final pics. We love this house and think you will too!


Die Unterkunft
Die Unterkunft
Badezimmer: 1.5
Schlafzimmer: 3
Betten: 3
Check-in: Jederzeit nach 16:00
Check-out: 11:00
Art des Zimmers: Ganze Unterkunft

Ausstattung
Ausstattung

Preise
Preise
Zusätzliche Personen: 19€ / Nacht bei mehr als 6 Gästen
Reinigungsgebühr: 58€
Kaution: 241€
Wochenrabatt: 21%
Stornierung: Streng

Beschreibung
Beschreibung

This sunny 3 bedroom home has a warm and inviting feel, is minutes from midtown New York City via bus that stops outside the home. Listing discounted until we get reviews and final pics. We love this house and think you will too!

We bought this home to live in and had to move due to schooling issues. But we still consider it our home. The feel of the home is bright and inviting with lovely details. Access to the deck and yard make it a great place to wonder. NYC skyline views from two of the 2nd floor bedrooms. Spacious 3rd bedroom with a desk.

This is a full home with its own entrance. You have access to a deck and a cute backyard (shared with a downstairs renter).

We live in Princeton NJ about an hour away so not much interaction besides online. But we have an in depth guide book for the area and are available if any questions come up.

We're new to Airbnb and really eager to provide a great experience for people. We have 3 kids and live in Princeton NJ, I write plays and my wife Mary makes multimedia art. Here is our holiday card for 2014... (URL HIDDEN)

Charming and unassuming neighborhood. We rented an apartment at the adjoining street (Ogden) and fell in love with the neighborhood. The park down the street has stunning views of the New York Skyline. And of course access to New York City is super fast, as it is to downtown JC and Hoboken. Below is an overview of some of our favorites in the neighborhood.

Laundry
We don’t have laundry in the building, but there’s a laundromat caddy corner from the apartment (as far as I can tell, its only name is “Laundromat.” You can either do your own or drop off for service, there prices are reasonable.


Groceries
Supermarkets
Supremo Food Market, which is 5 blocks down Palisade ave. Take a left coming out of the apartment and it’s on your right. Good supermarket with products geared to local Latino residents. Fresh meat and vegetables, really good prices. Nice bakery. There is a small parking lot across the street from the store.

StopNShop: Central Ave and Manhattan ave.

ShopRite in Hoboken, which is within walking distance if you take the elevator down to Hoboken (instructions in Travel/Transit section), go straight on 9th street, left on Madison.

Liquor Stores
Lee’s Liquors. 45 Congress and New York Avenue. Decent selection of beers and surprisingly good wine selection.

Palisades Liquors. 401 Palisade. About a ten minute walk south of here.

Convenience/Specialty/Grocery/Bodega
Peter’s Grocery at South and Baldwin (right out of the apt, left on Baldwin).
Oaxaca at Palisade near Bowers (left out of the apartment, across the street).
Rite Aid: On Central ave.
Kennedy Department Store on Central, 270 Central Avenue. Housewares, clothing.
Youngs Farm (Central at Hutton) Good low-cost produce options.
Andrews Salumeria: (Central at Franklin) Italian deli goods.
Stanley's Prime Meat Market 425 Central Ave: Polish butcher

Restaurants/Coffee
The neighborhood is not a culinary mecca, but there are some quality options. Many of them are on Central Avenue, about a ten minute walk up South street. (cross Palisade and walk west).

Ozu Foods: 106 Hutton St. ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). New arrival! Haven’t been there but reviews are solid, Japanese food.
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La Rumba Café, 513 Central Avenue – (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
Really delicious, authentic Cuban food at very reasonable prices. Call ahead and pick up.

Noodlefan at 514 Central. Recommended Thai

Good Year Chinese, 416 Central Avenue – (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Call for delivery. Menu on Yelp. Sit-down restaurant as well. Closed Monday.

Renato’s Pizza masters 278 Central Ave, Jersey City, NJ (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Gino's pizza 380 Central Ave, Jersey City, NJ (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).

Mod Cup – new Hipster-ish coffee joint on Palisade opposite Riverview Park. About a 5 minute walk south on Palisade (left out of the apartment). There are a few seats but it’s mostly for takeaway.

Other Jersey City/Hoboken Recommendations
Jersey City and Hoboken have a lot of high quality restaurants. Below are some favorites or recommended options. None of these are in the immediate area of 554a, but all within 5-10 minutes by car.

Razza 275 Grove Street, Jersey City: High end pizza
Thirty Acres 500 Jersey Ave, Jersey City, NJ 0730: Chefs used to work at highly hyped Momofuku in NYC. Entrees $18-26 range.
Taqueria Downtown: 236 Grove St, Jersey City, NJ 07302. Good affordable Mexican, fun vibe.
Ibby's Falafel 303 Grove St, Jersey City, NJ 07302: No frills but excellent falafel
La Isla: 104 Washington Street Hoboken. Affordable BYO, very small, not great for big groups.
Karma Kafe: 505 Washington Street Hoboken. Good Indian food in Hoboken.

Bars
The Trolley Car, 328 Palisade. Hipster/artist crowd. Nice back patio open in good weather. Burgers.
AJ’s on Palisade, 594 Palisade. Sports bar with wings, burgers. Mix of local crowd and hipster newcomers.
The Corkscrew, 61 Congress. Recently renovated, craft beers.

Pilsener Haus & Biergarten: Beer garden in Hoboken. About a 20 minute walk, 5 minute ride. Sausages, beer & other Austrian-Hungarian favorites served at communal tables indoors & out. 1422 Grand St, Hoboken, NJ 0703
Hoboken has a lot of other options. Guide to their bar scene here:
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Travel/Transit
There are several ways to get to New York City from the apartment but the most convenient are by bus. NJ Transit has an app called NJ Transit Mobile App (search iTunes or (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Play). I haven’t used it but have been told it works really well with GPS.

To Midtown Manhattan
New Jersey Transit’s 123 bus line stops right outside our door and goes directly to Port Authority Bus Terminal at 42nd street and 8th ave. The fare is $3.20, and you must have exact change. At peak times they run pretty frequently. Takes about 20-25 minutes. The schedule is here. If you want to know when it will come by our house, the closest listed stop to 554a is Jersey City, Paterson Plank @ Congress.
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There are also a series of jitney’s that run on the same line. They cost only $2 but they’re often full and only run during rush hour.

To Downtown NYC
Two main ways to get to downtown Manhattan are:
1: Take the 87 Bus on Palisade ave. to EITHER the Journal Square PATH station or Hoboken PATH station.

Via Journal Square: To go to Journal Square this you will go outside, cross Palisade avenue, and wait at the bus stop across the street (by the Tortilla place). You’ll need $1.50. The Journal Square stop should be announced, you’ll only be on the bus for a few minutes. At Journal Square, look for signs for the PATH train. You’ll need to buy either a PATH card or Metrocard. Metrocard might be preferable as you can use it on the NYC subways as well. The fare is $2.50. Find a machine and buy a credit card, adding as much value as you think you’ll need. You can take the PATH to either World Trade Center (to go to the lower tip of Manhattan) or the 33rd street line which has stops through downtown New York around 6th Avenue.

Via Hoboken: You catch the 87 bus right outside our door on our side of the street. Get off at Hoboken which should be the final stop. The PATH station is right where the busses get off. Same PATH instructions as above.

2: Or if you prefer, you can take the light rail. This will take a bit longer, but might be a nicer trip, particularly if you want to walk around Hoboken, which is a nice town. You take a right outside the apartment, walk to Congress, and take a right. At the end of Congress you should see a large elevator structure. Take the elevator down and you’ll be at the light rail station. Take a light rail train to Hoboken (should say HBLR Hoboken). Hoboken will be the last stop. You then take a PATH train, either to World Trade Center to go far downtown, or the 33rd street train which has stops through downtown New York. Another route by light rail is to take the train to Newport instead of Hoboken. From the 9th street station you’ll look for a train that says HBLR West Side). Take that to Newport stop. When you get there you will need to walk one block across Washington Ave (a large road) to the Newport PATH Station. This will take you on the 33rd street line.

To Hoboken
Jersey City Heights is just steps to Hoboken down a very steep hill. There are two ways to get there. One is to take a right outside the apartment, walk to Congress, and take a right. At the end of Congress you should see a large elevator structure. Take the elevator down and you’ll be at the light rail station in Hoboken. You can take the light rail two stops to get to the heart of Hoboken. The main drag is called Washington street.

The other is to take a left outside the apartment, turn left at Franklin Street, and take the large stairway down. If you walk straight ahead you’ll be on 1st street. If you go straight on 1st you’ll end up in the heart of Hoboken.

WIFI: The network name is C5DL and the password is: 77GDJG8DS3CRDXDD

TV: We have basic local service with HBO and Showtime. There is a Blu-Ray player where you can access Netflix through the WIFI.

Kitchen: Basic dishware/silverware and cooking utensils. Look on the drawers left of the sink for cutlery. We keep coffee, tea, oatmeal, cereal, raisins, milk and some other basic staples in the kitchen.

Bathrooms: The 2nd floor bathroom has shampoo/conditioner/soap, other toiletries and basic first aid items.

Trash: There are trash cans outside, the smaller one for recycling, larger one for trash. Please feel free to put your bagged and tied trash bags in the receptacles. Trash is removed Monday and Thursday mornings. If you are here for six days or more we ask that you take the trash to the curb those evenings. If you’re here five days or less, it’s up to you but we’d appreciate it!


Hausregeln
Hausregeln
Der Check-in ist nach 16:00.

1: No smoking: There’s no smoking in the house. Super important! On the deck and backyard is fine.
2: Watch the noise: We have a downstairs neighbor. Foot traffic can be loud, particularly in the kitchen. No need to tiptoe but please try not to stomp, run, drag chairs, etc.
3: Mind Your Trash: Please use the trash and recycling and take it out to the front trash cans when they fill up (close lids). More on trash below…


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Sicherheits-Features
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Verfügbarkeit
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Gastgeber: James

Princeton, New Jersey, Vereinigte Staaten · Mitglied seit Januar 2015
James

I'm a father of three so my main functions involve transportation to athletic events. I work as an Editorial Director for a healthcare company and write plays.

We used to live in the home we now rent out in Jersey City. We love it and miss it (moved for the schools). We generally don't get to meet our guests as we live about an hour away, but our caretaker is just around the corner and can handle anything.

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