About this listing
My wife Pat and I welcome you to a very nice room in a historic house built in 1910, renovated close to delicious Asian cuisine.
Comfortable room with lots of Windows and natural light.
There is an armoire, a floor lamp, reading chair and a desk with chair in the room next to a fireplace.
Also a full length mirror.
From JFK, the Air train to Jamaica, bus Q65 to the house. Get off at the corner of 45th ave and Parsons Blvd. at Flushing hospital.
By taxi, about $40 and 25 minutes.
From La Guardia, bus Q48 to Main St. Transfer to bus Q65 to Jamaica, get off at Flushing Hospital at Parsons Blvd. and 45th ave. Walk one block to house on 147th Street in the direction of traffic.
From the house to Manhattan
Take either Q65, Q26 or Q27 to Main Street, transfer to 7 train to Grand Central or Times Square.
The house door must be locked at all times/ Guests are expected to make the bed and keep room tidy.
Garbage and recyclables must be disposed of daily in outside bins. Do not mix garbage with recyclables.
Please bring back to the room your belongings. You can store your toiletries in the bathroom cabinet but please don't leave anything on top of the sink. We provide only liquid soap for sanitation reasons, but if you chose to bring your own bar of soap, please dispose of it when you leave.
In the summer, please turn off the Air conditioning when you walk out of the room.
Please tell us your approximate arrival time so we can arrange for the key.
Don't leave food leftovers in room or fridge.
George is a construction contractor. His passion is carpentry and cabinet making. He remodeled the house, so all the pictures that you see are about his work.
Pat is a Fashion designer with an interest in interiors and knitting. She also enjoys building websites, cooking and drawing.
We like to eat a great meal with a nice glass of wine. We enjoy the company of our many artist friends in The Catskils.
George is into Rock and Roll, Pat is into Classical. We often listen to Latin Rythms and ballads, Jazz and Progressive music, George is good at percussion, and can follow anybody with a Conga or a pair of sticks..