Our lovely row house is situated on a quiet neighborhood street in Brooklyn just 3 blocks to the F train. With a front porch and back deck, our home offers a relaxing way to start and end your New York City Day.
You will get a true New York City experience staying in Brooklyn. Our home is in Kensington, walking distance to beautiful Prospect Park, coffee shops and restaurants. Our neighborhood is quiet respite, but the shopping of downtown Brooklyn, quaint restaurants of Park Slope and nightlife of Williamsburg and the Lower East Side are an easy train ride away.
The house is two floors. The downstairs is an open format with back deck and front porch. All bedrooms, including the room for guests, are upstairs along with full bathroom. Half bath is downstairs. Guest room has personal TV with chrome cast.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Guests will have access to their private room, the kitchen and outdoor spaces. The kitchen is equipped with dishes and cooking supplies. Fresh linens and towels are provided.
Atención a los huéspedes
We are available for questions and advice about travel in the city. Otherwise, guests will be given privacy and we like our's as well.
Otros aspectos destacables
We have a 2 year old that wakes up early most days. While we do our best to keep him quiet in the morning, upstairs is a small space and it's likely guests may hear him in the morning.
We are happy to share our home with you! We expect guests to respect our space and treat it with the love and care that we do. Clean up after yourselves.
No smoking please.
Hello! My wife, Emily, and I are lucky to live in a beautiful row house in Brooklyn. Emily is a high school teacher in Brooklyn. I work for a small publishing company, from an office in our home. We both love living and working in the city, but also appreciate that our home offers a break from the busyness.
Our favorite thing to do in the city is get on our bikes and explore. There are so many places to go in BK! Lazy days in Prospect Park, riding to eat delicious Pupusas in Red Hook, or getting sweet treats at the adorable cafes in Gowanus.