Our recently renovated, sunny apt has an open floor plan, with a master bedroom and bunkbeds for kids. Just off Tompkins Sq Park near great cafes, restaurants, and a short walk to the east river. It's a great base to explore the east village.
Enjoy our sunny, happy, recently renovated loft-style apartment in the heart of the East Village. Just half a block from Tompkins Square Park and right next door to fabulous restaurants, bars, and cafes.
The apartment is open loft style with the kitchen and living room in one space. There is a master bedroom (double bed) off of the living room and off the master bedroom is a small kids room with bunk beds. It's great for a couple or a family.
The F train and the L train are a 12 minute walk. Buses are across the park. But who needs to leave the neighborhood? It's funky and full of eclectic neighbors, community gardens and independently owned businesses. We love it dearly.
It's a six floor walk up, which is a trek for the feint of heart but it gets you that lovely tree-house view. And we've got a zippy wireless connection.
It's a family friendly building. A great base for exploring the city.
Zugang für Gäste
Enjoy the apartment. We have a patio table on the roof upstairs for you to enjoy.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We are away for the summer so we likely won't cross paths but our neighbors and housekeeper will make sure you have what you need.
Weitere wichtige Infos
There is a bedroom for children. It's not a great situation for more than two adults as the kids room is off the master bedroom and it is bunkbeds.
No smoking or pets and as it is a small building where everyone knows everyone else, we ask that you be your friendly self when coming and going. Floors are creaky and noisy and our downstairs neighbor a bit surly so no dance parties, please.
But really, the biggest rule is recycling. The city is strict as hell and our building is always getting fined for plastics in the garbage and vice versa. I will leave you with clear instructions on how to do that.
I am a journalist, photographer, and artist. My husband is a radio producer for National Public Radio.
We have two daughters who attend our local public elementary school and make pretty good use of the park and the gardens in the east village.
We travel a lot. Mostly to South Africa, where we do a lot of documentary work. And we spend summers on Cape Cod.