Subway from JFK Airport: Take the air train to the subway stop Howard Beach and from there the 'A' Express train towards Manhattan to Utica Ave, about 5 minute walk from the house. Take the Fulton Street exit. It is important to know that there are two Utica Ave Are subway stations. Please refer to the A-train (blue line). VomJFK-Airport should get on board in the front cars because the output FULTON ST. and the Utica Ave train station is in front. PLEASE DO NOT TAKE OUT THE UTICA AVE., Even if the station Utica Ave means.
If you have taken the exit Fulton St., come out at a park. Drive through the park on the wide side of the park. Now you are on the Stuyvesant Ave Building located on the south eastern corner of Chauncey St.
If you come by taxi: Tell the taxi driver Stuyvesant Ave at the southeast corner of Chauncey Street and you give him my phone number 347 564 6737 so I can describe him the way.
This brick villa is located in the monument-district STUYVESANT HEIGHTS in Brooklyn / New York. The house is right in the center of this city part in an avenue with trees on both sides of the street. They are called "the feel of old world charm" and love the friendly and peaceful environment.
It is not far from Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum and the Library.
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) with the most wonderful dance and theater performances is easy to reach. The line A, an express subway at the Utica subway station (at the hotel) takes you 15-20 minutes to Manhattan.
Brooklyn with his own style and charm is referred to as the "NEW MANHATTAN". Shops, cafes and restaurants are nearby.
Our pizzeria Saraghina, which was officially rated as very good, has a nice garden. The "Peaches" Restaurant and the Café "Bread Stuy" are very populaer. The beach at Coney Iceland is reached in 30 minutes.