|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|Nov 30 2019||open||2||
|information:Electric, Cable & WiFi Internet included; $100 monthly cleaning Fee|
Live like a local in Park Slope, Brooklyn with this charming alcove studio apartment! In a trendy Brooklyn neighborhood, the home offers close proximity to Manhattan.
Located on 10th Street and 5th Avenue, the modern alcove studio sits on the 3rd floor (considered 2nd in Europe) of a classic 4-story prewar brownstone townhouse. A security system is in place for privacy assurance.
Combining charming prewar qualities with modern amenities, this home offers elegance and convenience. It features hard wood floors, a decorative fireplace, high ceilings and long windows. Tucked within an small separate alcove room is a double bed.
Modern accessories for a comfortable stay include a flat-screen cable television, desk for workspace and a single size sofa bed. Closet space is available.
There is a small kitchenette on the west-end of the home, equipped with efficient cabinetry and some essential cooking appliances. A small wooden desk with chair and stool provide convenient space for meals on-the-go!
Park Slope, Brooklyn is considered by most to be one of the top neighborhoods in Brooklyn, New York. Filled with families and artists, the area embraces a very warm and welcoming environment. Complete with its own food coop, the tight-knit community offers mom-and-pop shops, trendy bars and lovely green parks. All basic living amenities are within walking distance of the home. Listed below are some suggestions of where to go in the neighborhood.
Housing Works Thrift Shop: For the best vintage finds shop at this quaint thrift shop selling used clothes, books and antique furniture. Located at 266 Fifth Ave. Accessible via foot.
The Rock Shop: Check out the young, trendy nightlife at this hipster bar, offering live music (mostly indie rock). Located at 249 Fourth Ave. Accessible via foot.
Several subway stations surround the home, accommodating easy access around Brooklyn and into Manhattan. The closest, at 4th Avenue and 9th Street, combines all the nearby lines, giving access to the F, R and G trains (0.2mi/350m). If you area coming from Prospect Park, xonsider walking to 7 Avenue and 9 Street serving lines F and G (0.3mi/400m).
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.