Classic Brownstone Garden Apartment is on the garden level, entering into your own lobby area, with double doors heading directly into the living room, where, it has 2 queen size sofa beds which sleeps 4 people very comfortable.
Moving on you will find, the open plan kitchen with bar stools for entertaining, microwave, toaster, coffee maker dishwasher, fridge/freezer, along with pots/pans, utensils, and cutlery.
The bedroom looks onto the garden with Queen size bed ( English king) double closets with mirrors, side table, reading chair, and lamp. Extra linen and quilts for chilly nights.
The bathroom has a bath/shower, towels, blow-dryer.
Last but not least, the laundry room with full size washer, and full size dryer.
The garden is occupied by the owner, but you can certainly sit outside with your coffee whenever you choose.
The Neighbourhood: You will find lots to see and do, if you like the old, mixed in with the new.
The area has changed over the last 20 years, but if you look closely, some of our period homes have remained the same with stunning 1900 details, and charm.
Many of our locals have lived in the neighbourhood for most of their lives, and take a tremendous amount of pride.
Wonderful things are coming, from restaurants, Manny's, my favorite spot for breakfast/coffee/lunch, and dinner, nice and local, just a 5 minute walk. Popping up, even more quaint and wine bars, coffee shops, all within walking distance or a short trip on the A train...Yes the 'A' Train travelled by Duke Ellington, and not forgetting Lena Horn who would belt her tune in her local church community.
Transportation: With a 10 minute walk towards Fulton Street/ Utica Avenue you will find the local subway A or C train. Or just a short walk you have the J or Z train at Gates Ave heading into the city with the over ground view of the city. Which can be refreshing for those that want a glimpse of NY.
The 'A' train (Express) skips all local stations into Manhattan takes 12 minutes to Lower Manhattan - World Trade Center, Wall Street, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Staten Island Ferry.
If you stay on the train, you may head to Midtown - 34th street, 5th Avenue, 42nd Street. All this is another 10 minutes. on the same express A train.
Of course if you grab a map, you can discover much much more.
This is the city that never sleeps after all!!!