This is what an Airbnb should be. Staying in a home rather than a hotel!
...and it felt like a home. Everything comfortable, but a few quirks as well. So if you want perfect hotel like accommodation you may find a few faults. I think they added character. e.g. house was spotless throughout, but the kitchen lacked a vegetable peeler. Floors are lovely wood, but some of the light switches still lacked surrounds. The dishwasher wasn't working, but I never liked the machines. Wifi was a bit intermittent, just like in my home. The fundamentals were great. Big, big rooms downstairs, ditto the double bedrooms and the single was predictably small.
It is a mix of very modern furniture downstairs, and some late 70s pastel fixtures in the upstairs bathroom and kitchen. All a bit funky really.
The neighbourhood is really interesting. Walk along Bergenline Ave, everything is Spanish. We had the most marvelous Colombian breakfast, recommended by Gaby, at Noche. Buses to NYC are great and cheap $3 - $3.50 depending on which you take. The view of Manhattan, best a short walk from the house, is quite splendid.
The web description needs a bit of an edit - there is no marble bath tub, just a perfectly normal, white 70s type tub and soaking it in might be hard as the plug doesn't function. The shower is a perfectly normal shower head, nothing exceptional, but lots of hot water. It is, as stated 1.5 baths, as the downstairs is a toilet and basin only.
Similarly, the kitchen is a perfectly normal, and decently proportioned, kitchen. References to James Bond are, perhaps exaggerated, IMHO.
Gaby/Robert were super helpful, responding to any questions quickly.
In summary, would I return - absolutely, I loved the place, with all of its quirks. Would I recommend it to a friend, absolutely, but with a bit of expectation management - it is indeed a home, away from home, not a luxury resort.