A spacious bedroom in a charming 1500 sqft loft, just 3 blocks from the Graham L.
Stay at our beautiful, newly renovated 1500 sq. ft. abode. We live near the Graham L stop in Williamsburg, in this 120 year old former candle factory, ensconced within an incredibly charming and quiet old-school Italian neighborhood, but only a couple blocks from some of the best bars, restaurants, loft parties, and music venues this neighborhood has to offer.
Your room will be 220 sqft, with a queen sized bed, a nightstand, and a desk. The apartment has central air and heating, so its always a comfortable retreat from the street. There is plenty of storage space for your luggage. You'll also have access to our kitchen, washer and dryer, wifi, and enormous living room with a TV (all the movie channels included).
There are 2 other guys who live in the other bedrooms. On the rare occasion they are around, they make great company and eager neighborhood guides.
The L train is a 2 minute walk. Grand Street bars are about a 4 minute walk. Great food starts around the corner and stretches as far as you're willing to explore. Bedford Ave, McCarren Park, the Waterfront Music Scene, and Bushwick (i.e., Robertas, galleries, and the new brewery/venue that just opened up) are all 10-15 minutes away walking.
Union Square in Manhattan is about a 10-15 ride on the subway, and from there you transfer to subway lines to go anywhere in the city.
Interakcija s gostima
I'll be around to give you the keys and show you the place, and not too far away if you need anything.
We don't really have any beyond basic decency.
Don't smoke inside.
Try not to be too drunk too late at night.
Be careful to see that the doors are locked behind you when you leave, lest the cat escape.
Let us know if we can do anything to make your stay more comfortable. That's about it.
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I'm a 20-something graduate student, studying law and political economy.
I dabble in all things artsy. I'm easy to get along with.
I've lived in this neighborhood of Brooklyn for 6 years and I'm more than happy to show people around.
I speak (besides English) a fractured but functional version of Italian