Lovely, big, sunny, airy pvt room, w/comfy queen bed in great apartment. Elevator building in hip area with shopping, cafes, restaurants. On Prospect Park, Botanic Gardens, Zoo and B/Q train just 15 mins to Manhattan! Towels Provided.
This is a very nice apartment share with F artist, who is gone most of the time. The Apartment is on the 5th floor, of an elevator building, so you can see the sky and get a nice breeze and lots of light. It is a large room, with dresser, towels, soap and bedding provided. Firm and comfy queen sized bed can sleep 2. We have 2 nice cats who will keep to themselves pretty much....There's lots of free parking in the area as well. Just be sure to check the sign for street sweeping days / hours!
We are across the street from 2 great restaurants, many food shops, Laundromat, and the B/Q subway train to Manhattan. Best of all we are a one minute walk to Prospect Park and the Boathouse, the Zoo, the Botanic Gardens and a short ride to the Brooklyn Museum and one stop from Park Slope!
I will be here off and on to greet you and help you with info. If I am not here my room-mate will be around as well. You will be able to call me for anything, too! And written information will be left for you as a guide. I will probably not be here for the duration of your stay and my room-mate is gone most of the time! You will be given keys, so a $60 key deposit is required. PLS DO NOT TEXT MY HOME PHONE NUMBER -- I WONT GET IT!
PLEASE DO NOT TEXT MY HOME NUMBER BEGINNING WITH 347, IT IS A LANDLINE, AND I WON'T GET IT! THANKS!
Although the bedroom is overlooking at busy street, in the winter months it is much quieter for 2 reasons: The windows are closed at night, and folks do not hang out on the street when it is colder. However, if you are a light sleeper though ear plugs are provided!
Be considerate- clean up after yourselves in the kitchen and bathroom. Prefer non-smokers. And Call me if you have any questions! Thanks!
I am a world traveler and travel photographer -- who could not live without my passport! I myself have been to over 40 countries worldwide, so I know what it is like to arrive in a large city and not have a place to stay or any contacts to call. As a host, I hope to provide my guests with not only a lovely, comfortable, and safe, place to stay but I am happy to offer advice about the city, transportation info, and fun non-touristy things to do especially in Brooklyn! My favorite places to travel are Ireland, Italy, Indonesia and Southeast Asia in general. I love good food, music, performance, theatre, nightlife, film, animals! and nature and can recommend some great places to visit and dine in NYC. I guess my "life motto" would be: Carpe Diem or Live each moment as if it were your last....and make it count!" Enjoy!