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Owner/Property Manager

Jun 22

Minimum Stay None
Per Month $ 8250








Luxurious Home in Brownstone Park Slope. 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms. Outdoor seating

Whole unit
Private bath
Mixed household


SPECIAL FALL/WINTER 10% OFF! 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Home Where Original Detail Mixes With A Modern Aesthetic in a Park Slope Brownstone. Here is a luxurious and modern renovated two bedrooms, two bathrooms apartment in the heart of the historic district of Park Slope. Located on the first floor of a brownstone building it is the best place to experience NYC life. It has central air conditioning, radiant floor heating, filtered water fountain, outdoor patio with a dining area, wifi, cable television, oak wood flooring and it is near some of the best Brooklyn restaurants. Do not search any further if you are looking for somewhere to call home while you explore the city that never sleeps. This incredible apartment puts you right in the center of all the action, you will not be disappointed! This apartment serves as the ideal setting for an adventure with family or friends. You will stay in style in this recently renovated property that boasts lavish furnishings and a modern vibe. Nestled in a tree lined block on the first floor of a brownstone building, you will be in awe of this property upon arrival. As you enter the apartment through the gorgeous living room, you will find that the 19th century marble fireplace, exposed brick, and large mirror create a stunning contemporary space. Wooden beams and wall to wall oak floors soften this amazing space. The 42’’ flat screen TV has access to cable TV and Netflix, with virtually unlimited amount of current and old movies and TV shows. There is a large comfortable sofa that seats three people and a coffee table with a collection of books from New York and Brooklyn. The large wooden farm dining table seats comfortably six people. The galley kitchen is brand new and completely furnished with top brand stainless steel appliances: cookware, refrigerator, freezer, oven, stove, microwave, coffee maker, toaster… When you are not dining at one of Brooklyn’s famous restaurants, you can prepare a home-cooked meal in the galley kitchen, which features top brand, stainless steel appliances. On warm days enjoy your meal al fresco at the private garden's dining table, which seats 6. When the air is a little too brisk, a beautiful wooden farm dining table is the perfect gathering space for you and your travel companions. The spacious hallway leads to the two bathrooms and two bedrooms. The first bathroom has a large bathtub, wall hung faucets, medicine cabinet and a vanity with a large storage drawers. The second bathroom has a shower with glass enclosure, wall hung toilet, medicine cabinet and a vanity with a large storage drawers. The main bedroom has a queen size bed, a large closet, bedside tables, a dresser and two large casement windows with views of the patio. The second bedroom has a full size bed, a closet, bedside table, a casement window and a glass door that leads to the patio. The private garden on the ground floor has a dining table and 6 chairs. The building is located on the landmark area of Park Slope. There are many subway lines in a walking distance. The closest subway stations are 7th Avenue (Q/B), Bergen (2/3) and Union Street (M, R). The Atlantic Avenue station is also in a walking distance with access to most of the subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road. Park Slope is an affluent neighborhood in northwest Brooklyn, New York City. Park Slope has one of the most beautiful parks of New York City: Prospect Park. The park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux after they completed Manhattan's Central Park. Park Slope is considered one of New York City's most desirable neighborhoods. In 2010, it was ranked number 1 in New York, citing its quality public schools, dining, nightlife, shopping, access to public transit, green space, safety, and creative capital, among other aspects. A spacious hallway leads to the cozy bedrooms where you can prepare for another day in the busy city. The first bedroom includes a queen-sized bed, a large closet, and gorgeous casement windows that frame views of the patio. Equally as spectacular, the second bedroom features a full-sized bed, a closet, and a glass door that leads out to the patio.  Key Residence Features: - Amenities include: galley kitchen with stainless steel appliances, flat screen TV equipped with Netflix, 19th century marble fireplace, private garden, and more! - Idyllic location steps from some of the greatest restuarants in NYC, near subway stations, and Prospect Park Bedroom Configuration: - Master Bedroom: Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 2: Full-sized Bed - 1 person can be accommodated on an air mattress. Additional Sleeping: - Air mattress available upon request Policies: - Must be at least 25 years old to book - No smoking FREE WiFi Wireless internet ------------------------------ New York City Annual Events Calendar What's Happening Year Round in the Big Apple They say it's the city that never sleeps, so if you are curious about when is happening, here is a list the major events, festivals, holidays, parades and more, organized by month. January
. From watching the ball drop in Times Square to the Lunar New Year celebration in Chinatown, though it may be cold in the Big Apple, these events keep things hot! For a more detailed guide to visiting in January,  check out this January weather & event overview. New Year's Day New York City Boat Show Martin Luther King Jr. Day New York City Restaurant Week Chinese Lunar New Year February. 
Romance is in the air with couples flooding the local restaurants on Valentine's Day. February is not the most popular time to visit, out there is still plenty to do in this chilly month, including the fall/winter fashion week presentations. Click here to read the February weather & event guide. New York City Restaurant Week Groundhog Day Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Winter Fashion Week Chinese Lunar New Year Valentine's Day 
 The St. Patrick's Day Parade is by far, the most popular March event. Though March can be tricky weather-wise, you could be in for a delightfully mild surprise, but be sure to read this first: March weather & event guide. St. Patrick's Day Easter 
. "April showers bring May flowers". This saying is a cliche for a reason: it is almost guaranteed to rain in April, but if you visit later in the month, you'll get a glimpse of the stunning cherry blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, and even get to celebrate our one and only planet on Earth Day. For a more detailed guide to visiting in April, check out this April weather & event overview. Easter Tribeca Film Festival Macy's Flower Show Cherry Blossom Festival at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden Opening Day at Yankee Stadium Opening Day at Citi Field Earth Day 

. May has the mildest weather conditions, and it's before the kids are off school, making it an ideal time to visit. The Tribeca Film Festival and Fleet Week are among the popular events this month, and there's much more to discover in the May weather & event guide. Tribeca Film Festival Bike NY: Great 5 Borough Bike Tour Mother's Day Dance Parade AIDS Walk NY Ninth Avenue International Food Festival Fleet Week Memorial Day  
The Coney Island Mermaid Parade has grown exponentially in the last few years, and definitely worth a visit, as are the many street fairs, outdoor performances, and even horse races. Consult this guide before planning your trip: June weather & event guide. Museum Mile Festival Belmont Stakes Puerto Rican Day Parade Met Opera in the Parks Bryant Park Film Festival Shakespeare in the Park Mermaid Parade Lesbian and Gay Pride Week Father's Day New York Summer Restaurant Week JVC Jazz Festival Central Park SummerStage 
 Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks New York Restaurant Week Met Opera in the Parks HBO/Bryant Park Film Festival Shakespeare in the Park New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Park Midsummer Night Swing Central Park SummerStage 
 Harlem Week Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival HOWL! Festival of East Village Arts HBO/Bryant Park Film Festival Yankee Stadium Visitors Guide | Citi Field Visitors Guide Central Park SummerStage Shakespeare in the Park 

From the exciting U.S. Open to the spring/summer presentations at New York Fashion Week, September is the month for New Yorkers to go back to work, and resume their daily routines. Click here for more tips for visiting in late summer: September weather & event guide. Labor Day New York Film Festival Fall Fashion Week Shakespeare in the Park San Gennaro Festival U.S. Open 
Two major parades take place in October: The Columbus Day parade and the ghostly fun Halloween Parade. The cool, crisp air is perfect for enjoying this fair city and this guide will help you plan your trip: October weather & event overview. Columbus Day Big Apple Circus Open House New York Halloween Fall Foliage 

While you may have viewed the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Parade from the comfort of your home, it's truly an incredible experience to see these larger than life balloons in person. November in New York also brings the yearly city-wide marathon, where you can cheer on your favorite runners from the sidelines, or even participate yourself. Learn more about the marathon and other fall events with the November weather & event guide New York City Marathon New York Comedy Festival New York Culinary Festival Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Veterans Day Parade Holiday Windows on Fifth Avenue Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting 

There's nothing quite like spending the holiday season in the city. Holiday Windows on Fifth Avenue Hanukkah Christmas Kwanzaa Dyker Heights Christmas Lights Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree New Year's Eve 

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