1 bedroom in a 3 bedroom apartment in the heart of Carroll Gardens, 7 minutes from the F train Carroll street stop and a 10 minute ride to Manhattan.
Available August 27-September 14
Steps away from the best pizza in the country at Lucali's, mouth-watering cinnamon rolls, and dozens of other restaurants and coffee shops. You'll be sharing the apartment with my two lovely roommates, Anna and Chelsea as well as Anna's cats Bruce Lee and Loretta Lynn. Anna's a sommelier in training at the Spotted Pig and Chelsea is an instructor at the Trapeze school in Manhattan and loves to bake! Everyone in the 4 story building is great. The first floor neighbours hold meditation on Sundays and throw great parties in their enormous loft to which all are welcome. (don't worry, noise is never a problem) The living room is huge with hardwood floors and lots of sunlight. You don't need to bring a thing and will have access to all our kitchenware, huge TV, books, dvd's, coffee and tea. Your room is sweet and simple, with one small closet. Downsides: sometimes my roomies leave their dishes in the sink overnight and everyone is clean, but definitely not manic. The bedroom is furnished with one very comfortable memory foam mattress, but no bed. There is no cable, but we love to watch movies. There is one closet in my room to store your things, so you might not want to bring a lot of stuff. The entire apartment is about 750ft squared. The room itself is 13x7ft, or 91ft squared.
I made a little video of the bedroom on my iphone so you could get a better sense of it from different angles. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwMhBpW5uAA
If you are interested, please e-mail me with your
3) phone number
4) a short description of yourself
5) two personal references (or ideally e-mails of previous landlords)
$925 for entire period (includes utilities and high speed-internet)
Payment by credit card accepted (3% processing fee)
7 minute walk to F and G, 15 minute walk to 1,2,3,4,5,6 and A,C at Jay St/Metro Tech
20 minutes to Union Square
15 minutes to the East Village