Charming room in an historic house in the heart of brownstone Brooklyn. The room has a queen-sized bedroom is one in a four-story federal style row house with large garden. Well equipped kitchen, comfortable shared spaces: living room, dining room, deck. Great location near major subway and LIRR hub: quick assess to Manhattan or to JFK by the AirTrain. Close to vast array of restaurants, shops and cultural institutions including Brooklyn Academy of Music. An easy walk to museums and parks.
The light and airy room is the master bedroom with a hand-made shaker style queen-sized bed, and ample closet and drawer space. It is suitable for no more than two people. The private bath is large and luxurious. The bedroom is on the 3rd floor (2nd floor European) of a four story house which dates to 1834 and has a rich intriguing history. This is my home which I have lovingly renovated over the past twenty years including adding a private deck that overlooks the tree-filled garden. There is no elevator. The kitchen is well equipped; the common spaces especially comfortable. There is no TV but the home does come with a sweet resident cat.
In addition to your private room and bath, guests are welcome to share the space on the main floor: a large well-appointed living room and dining room and kitchen. Just outside the kitchen is the deck that over looks the tranquil garden. There is sitting room on the third floor to enjoy a quiet read or place to reflect.
Общение с гостями
Sophia will be delighted to offer help and guidance as well as share experiences of her native city. Maeve, the cat will always be around to greet you. Your privacy is respected.
Другие важные подробности
Cotton sheets, down comforters, my aim is for the stay to be comfortable. There is no elevator, and I ask that you carry, not drag, your luggage over the new floors.
Quiet after 10 pm,
No music on deck,
No food in the bedroom,
No additional visitors,
Keep belongings in your private room and not in the shared spaces
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I am an artist and teach sculpture at a school in Manhattan. I have lived in Brooklyn over 36 years, moving from the Pacific Northwest where I grew up. I love this wonderful city. It offers me continual art exhibitions, dance, music and drama performances (many just minutes from my home. It's access to wonderful and diverse food--either in markets or restaurants allows for constant adventures in eating. Whether here or traveling, I am an avid walker. I bike more as a primary mode of transportation and less for recreation. I love to travel and prefer using airbnb or home exchanges for places to stay.
And now--July 2017--I have just completed a complex installation of a sculpture (comprising of 250 pieces hanging over water) and look forward to a sabbatical year.
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