Stay somewhere you may have never dreamed of...
A beautiful brownstone apartment with two bedrooms, lots of light, loads of space...and a Smithsonian art installation.
LIVING ROOM ART INSTALLATION
I must start with the crown jewel. In the living room exists a 17-piece Gamelan set affixed to the walls and operated by you. It's sister was recently installed in the Smithsonian Museum in DC. Meditative, beautiful sounds and lights. A remarkable experience.
In addition to the Smithsonian, this project was featured at Summit Series, Burning Man, and the Clocktower.
It turns on and off at your leisure. You can search it under the name Gamelatron.
The apartment is elegant, comfortable, light and airy...it is the envy of many friends and I wish I could find its equivalent when I travel.
Park Slope on 9th Street
150 feet from the FG trains.
2.5 Blocks to R train.
2.5 Blocks to Prospect Park
NY Sports Club to work out.
Loads of great boutiques and Zagat rated restaurants in walking distance. Talde, Applewood, Colsons, Barbes (for incredible music), etc. Not a better spot in Park Slope.
Safe for families with restaurants and entertainment for children all around.
Decorative marble fireplace with mantle.
Wonderful northern facing soft lighting.
Window looks out to trees and wall of stained glass.
Cozy with soft lighting and window looking onto trees and beautiful backyard.
Vanity Mirror. Enormous and comfortable leather couch that can sleep one comfortably, or even two. Large southern-facing windows with a view of trees, a quiet street and beautiful sunsets. Of course, it includes the Gamelatron art installation mentioned above.
Jumbo 1950's tub.
Great tile work.
Stained glass skylight.
1896 Brownstone with original details.
Apartment is on top floor.
Full kitchen with dishwasher and new appliances. Nice dishes and pots/pans etc.
Splits the apartment into two wings. Skylight in hallway.
Gorgeous wood floors.
Respect and reverence. Especially for the art. No shoes inside preferably.
Stay here and you could give this host their first review!
Live in Park Slope, Brooklyn most often. Travel a good deal for my startup.
Easy going, clean, minimalist. I hosted on airbnb about 6 years ago when it first started. Love this service.