Comprising the entire second floor of a tenement building built in 1881 and renovated in 2007, this 750 sq.ft. loft-like studio apartment has a rough facade with a warm interior. It features walnut floors, custom soundproof windows and blinds, exposed beam ceilings, exposed brick walls, slate bathroom, fully stocked pro-style kitchen, washer and dryer, a 51" upright piano, and a spacious 132 sq.ft. private outdoor deck.
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Please note that the building is on a major street (1st avenue) so while this means you are in the heart of the East Village, there will be some street noise even with two sets of soundproof windows. The apartment itself is above a dive bar on the ground floor. Low level of music can be heard at night but it is never loud or distracting. Most guests remark how quiet it is in the apartment given the location but if you are extremely sensitive to any noise this might not be the best place for you.
Since I do not charge a cleaning fee, I simply ask that you leave the apartment the way you found it. This means using the washer/dryer as needed to wash sheets and towels and using cleaning supplies to leave the place in a condition suitable for a new guest.
A fully refundable security deposit of $1000 is required, payable at the time of booking. The amount will be refunded in full once I confirm that the apartment and its contents were not damaged.
No smoking is allowed in the apartment.
Please remove shoes before entering the apartment as the floors scratch easily.
No loud music or piano playing should occur after 10pm. This includes the outdoor patio.
No trash bags in the stairwell.
Please do not put anything on the refrigerator, including magnets.
No drinks on the piano.
For security please make sure the front door of the building is shut completely behind you.
I am a 39 year old male who enjoys playing music, cooking, eating, running and biking around the city, and drinking beer (not necessarily but often in that order).