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*I will be happy to send you more photos of the unit available, please tell me how many adults and children are traveling!*
Have you ever wondered how Newyorkers really live? Come stay in a confortable private home in the heart of the East Village, where Toni or Myself are there if needed. Wake up smiling in the city that never sleeps... surrounded by unique bars, cafés and restaurants that characterise the neighborhood.Let us be your home away from home and get into a New York State of Mind, because we'd love to share with you what the city is about. We provide all essentials (bed, bath & kitchen), a/c or heating, TV and WIFI... Pets are generally not allowed. we love receiving small and large groups and families... If you can't walk up stairs can stay on the ground floor (one with a private garden, one where Andy Warhol lived) I will be happy to work with you to make your stay confortable! because We love it when you love it.
After you email me, I will reply with an offer of the apartment that best suits your needs. So the price quote you get in here may not be the right one.
Originally from Mexico, I have lived in the US, Canada and Europe. I love traveling and spend a lot of time in France, where my family is currently based.
Irma Fubiani purchased this apartment in 1980
The building was built in the late 1800s and has a rich history. It was owned in the 1960s by Paul Morrissey who made movies with Andy Warhol during their time hanging out in the Village. It is not a secret that Warhol used to work with Morrissey on his many movies, and the ground floor of the building was a makeshift movie and editing studio. We have tried to leave many parts of the building in its original state to remind people of the history.
Our philosophy at 6th Street is very simple. We want to give you the most authentic experience of what it feels like to live in New York City with the ups and downs of the East Village. We are not perfect and we do not offer luxury but we do take pride on confort, cleanliness and that we are family friendly. Each apartment has its own unique style in the kind of cool classical hippie. We have no intention of turning the building into an expensive place that caters to the wealthy or a five star luxury hotel. On the contrary, we welcome normal friendly people who appreciate a genuine New York building over wealthy aloof clients any day of the week. What we never compromise on is your safety and a warm desire to help you enjoy your stay. Furthermore, to ensure that we deeply believe in this philosophy, both the manager and the owner of the building live in it. Everything you experience in the building, good or bad, rest assured that we experience it too!
It is very much true that almost every cuisine from every nation is represented in the New York city dining experience.Some nearby diners, pharmacies and grocery stores are open 24 hours. Groceries, Produce and Hardware stores are within 2 blocks. You have an open invitation to live like New Yorkers do. Get into a New York state of mind and enjoy the city in a balance of comfort and discomfort, just like a native.
We had an absolute wonderful stay here! The apartment is located in a great location in the East Village/Bowery border and is surprisingly quiet. There are plenty of shops, restaurants, and bars within walking distance and we took full advantage of all of them. The apartment itself is very clean, well kept, and stocked with all the necessities (towels, sheets, spare umbrella, etc.) The beds were very comfortable and the apartment size, although smaller (but hey it's NY) worked great for 3 girls. Irma and Toni were very responsive and provided us with all the information we needed to enjoy our stay. I will absolutely be staying here again and 100% recommend.
This is our second time staying here and we will come again! The apartment has everything you need. It's clean and comfortable and Lee and Tony are super-nice and responsive.
My partner and I have been taking an annual trip down to the City for years now to visit family and enjoy what the City has to offer. This year we decided to use VBRO (CRAZY that I never thought of it before as we use this for our travels elsewhere) This property immediately caught my eye for many reasons. It was very easy to work with Irma who is very personable and prompt with replies. Tony was also helpful in providing us with contact info and wonderful Lee was the one who was on site and helped settle us in. Lee works very hard at making sure everything is good for renters. The unit was just as pictured and truly provided us with everything we needed. The bed was two twins pushed together and while it was not as good as a KING mattress, it was perfectly fine for the 5 nights we were there. There is plenty of storage for clothing and belongings. The kitchen worked fine for our needs . We even used the TV one night when we were back early and wanted to just relax. The decor is amazing and eclectic and is probably the result of many years of traveling and collecting. ( we did run into the owner for a minute at check in and he was pleasant) My favorite part of the place was the little nook by the back windows. I would turn the chair around to face the garden and drink my morning coffee sitting there or read during "down time" The location is PERFECT ! Family was near by . Close enough to multiple places to eat, blocks from subways and of course felt very safe. We had a back unit( number 7) and it was so quiet there one could forget one was in the City ! We loved it and will definitely be returning next December if not earlier. Thank you to ALL who make this a wonderful place to call home.
Lee ended up being our main contact and he was fantastic. There was a little confusion on the bed layout when we arrived, but he was Ble to get it all corrected for us while we went out to grab lunch...and this was on Christmas Day!
The unit it's self was comfortable and well suited for us and our three kids. Good convenient location where we could get a little better feel for neighborhood life in NYC. Great little bars and restaurants very near by as well as grocery stores. We will certainly recommend this place to friends and family. Thank you!
location was terrific...apt. was as shown...no negative surprises...I would recommend...Ronnie and Nicki Herman
Great location, comfortable one bedroom (room #5). Felt like living in NY vs being a tourist, which is what I was seeking. Hosts wee accessible before and during if needed.
We stayed at this address last year, and we returned because we loved the neighborhood so much. There are wonderful restaurants and shops full of friendly people. We even had dinner for our New York family there. The two apartments we have stayed in were cozy and made us feel like East Village residents. We'll probably return.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add £24 per night, per additional guest|
Please contact me for each specific apartment has its own rates
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.
We are located in the heart of the East Village at 321 E 6th Street, NYC. Parking is free on the street, just keep an eye out for street sweeping hours.
This location is very centric because we are at the N,R,Q trains which run somewhat east-west and gets you to the hottest spots. You can also take the F and V trains. Buses stop on the block.
Come stay with us and wake up in a city that never sleeps in a charming townhouse from the late-19th century. Let us welcome you to a lively neighborhood where brick walls speak of its history and our cozy studios allow you to relax after a busy day. Our neighborhood in this part of the East Village has now been designated as a landmark area. In the late 1960's this was the birthplace of the NYC hippie scene and counter culture. The Filmore East and the Electric Circus are nearby where the likes of Jimmy Hendrix, Janice Joplin, Led Zepplin and other performers used to jam in their early days. Even today, St. Marks Place, which is two streets over still reflects that hard edge energy and left-over punk scene unique to the East Village.