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The Notorious B.N.B. ............. { The Erhart }

United StatesNew YorkBrooklyn
Private room
2 Guests
1 Bedroom
1 Bed
1 adult
0 children
Ages 2 - 12
0 infants
Under 2
2 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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About this listing

This listing is for a private room and bath in a shared house.
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Photography - https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/2952861
Film - https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/2953058


The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 2PM
Check Out: 11AM
Pet Owner: Dog(s)
Room type: Private room

Amenities

Prices
Cancellation: Strict

Description

The space

{BEST OF NEW YORK}
The 10 Coolest Airbnb Rentals in New York
Timeout New York, 2014
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"Staying with Jessica at the historic mansion was quite a remarkable experience. It was not only one of the nicest homes I have ever stayed at on Airbnb, but Jessica made one of the best breakfasts that I have ever had . . . better than any breakfast spot we found, so if you stay here, I recommend sticking around for breakfast. The photos do not do the first floor justice. It is massive, but also very charming. We stayed in the top floor, and the room was beautifully designed and arranged for us. After staying with Jessica, I would recommend it as one of the best Airbnb's in New York, and a must visit if you want to experience the authenticity of a Brooklyn brownstone neighborhood, the charm of an historic mansion, and the soul of Jessica's hospitality. In other words, this is a 6 star experience, even though we only allow 5 stars to be left."
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Brian Chesky, Co-founder and CEO, Airbnb
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{THE HOUSE}
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Built in 1887, this magnificent landmarked 10,000 square foot historic brownstone is one of Brooklyn's architectural gems. Located in Clinton Hill, where early industrialists built their mansions along quiet tree-lined streets, this neighborhood is the borough's most culturally and architecturally interesting and is now home to many noted writers, artists and musicians. The house has been meticulously restored and decorated with beautiful vintage modern furnishings and museum-quality art; 19th century opulence meets 21st century Brooklyn cool. As a guest, you will enjoy relaxed yet attentive service in an atmosphere of quiet understated luxury; the bedding and other amenities are of the highest quality. Breakfast is prepared daily using seasonal local and organic ingredients. The location is perfect for exploring the rich cultural offerings of Brooklyn, which has been described as one of the hippest places on the planet. You will find, within walking distance, wonderful "Brooklyn food movement" restaurants, BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music), Brooklyn Museum of Art, Botanical Garden, Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Flea, Fort Greene Park, the Pratt Sculpture Garden and the Green Market. With easy access to mass transit, it is also just minutes from other Brooklyn neighborhoods and Manhattan.
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Please note that a complimentary continental breakfast is provided daily and arrangements may be made for a full brunch -- prix fixe $35.00/ person (advance booking required)
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{THE ROOM}
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This room, located on the fourth floor, has a lovely view of Clinton Hill, Fort Greene and The Williamsburg Bank Building. True to the spirit of Brooklyn, it is decorated with a muted palette and an eclectic mix of vintage furnishings to create a tranquil atmosphere. It has a private vestibule, cedar closet space, luxury bedding, and an attached marble bathroom. A connecting room is available to create a suite. Queen, sleeps 2 private bath - Rate $239/night (bedroom 174 s/f - 16.2 s/m)*
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WHAT IS THE LAW FOR SHORT TERM RENTING IN NYC?
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Under New York law, short term rentals (less than 30 days) are not permitted when the owner/renter is away. Although legal when the owner/renter is present, many multi-unit building's leases and bylaws prohibit short term rentals.
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Many guests are being asked not to mention Airbnb and to say that they are simply friends of the host. In buildings where such renting is prohibited the management can remove a guest. Ask if you are renting legally before booking.
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WE'RE 100% LEGAL
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{OUR OTHER ROOMS}
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THE WALLACE
This suite spans the entire top floor. The first room, THE ERHART, has a lovely view of Clinton Hill, Fort Greene and The Williamsburg Bank Building. True to the spirit of Brooklyn, it is decorated with a muted palette and an eclectic mix of vintage furnishings to create a tranquil atmosphere. It has a private vestibule, cedar closet space, luxury bedding, a marble bathroom and an iPod dock. The second room, THE PFIZER, is a spacious mahogany paneled room stylishly decorated with pedigreed vintage furnishings; two merlot mohair velvet Tobia Scarpa sofas, a Pace Collection coffee table and 60's Venini chandeliers. It has a fireplace, a mini-refrigerator, luxury bedding, a large flat screen television, and a DVD player. Suite, sleeps 4- private bath. Rate $439/night (bedrooms 300 s/f - 27.87 s/f and 174 s/f - 16.2 s/m)*
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Note that twin beds can be added to accommodate additional guests.
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https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/241140
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THE WILLIAM HENRY
This stunning room, located on the third floor, has tall arched windows, beautiful mahogany woodwork and a fireplace. It has a masculine sensibility; a dark palette, midcentury furnishings, luxury bedding and distinctive art. The private bathroom is sleek and modern with a beautiful marble shower. Queen, sleeps 2 - Rate $259/night (bedroom 230 s/f - 21.37 s/m)*
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https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5925343
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THE SWOON
This hip wonderland of a room, located on the third floor, is painted a deep peacock blue. It has a distinctive collected feel; decorated with antiques, flea market finds and mid-century modern pieces. It has large windows, a fireplace, a walk-in closet, luxury bedding, an artistic vintage-inspired attached bathroom with a clawfoot tub and an original pedestal sink. King, sleeps 2 - private bath. Rate $279/night (bedroom 210 s/f - 19.5 s/m)*
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https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/242532
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THE ERHART II
This room, located on the fourth floor, has a lovely view of Clinton Hill, Fort Greene and The Williamsburg Bank Building. True to the spirit of Brooklyn, it is decorated with a muted palette and an eclectic mix of vintage furnishings to create a tranquil atmosphere. It has spacious closets and luxury bedding. Queen, sleeps 2 - shared bath. Rate $199/night (bedroom 174 s/f - 16.2 s/m)*
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Note that bathroom may not be on the same floor.
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https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/2874932
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THE PFIZER II
A spacious mahogany paneled room stylishly decorated with pedigreed vintage furnishings; two merlot mohair velvet Tobia Scarpa sofas, a Pace coffee table and 60's Venini chandeliers. It has a fireplace, a mini-refrigerator, luxury bedding, a large flat screen television, and a dvd player. Room, sleeps 2 - shared bath. Rate $239/night ( 300 s/f - 27.87 s/f )*
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Note that bathroom may not be on the same floor.
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https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/2875203
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FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHY LOCATION
All rooms are available for film or print shoots.
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* sizes do not include closets or bathrooms

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Guest access

Guests have access to the kitchen, dining room, living room, and tv room in addition to their guest room.

Interaction with guests

While this is a shared house, which means that you will see us eating, entertaining and relaxing, we try to respect the level of interaction that our guests desire.

The neighborhood

Clinton Hill was voted The Most Livable Neighborhood in Brooklyn by L-Magazine!

This is the best neighborhood in New York City. It is friendly, diverse, laid-back, and urban. The restaurants are great. The people are wonderful and the architecture is beautiful!

Getting around

G and C trains, local taxis and car services, walking and bicycling.

Other things to note

1. We have two free-roaming dogs. Knuckie is a young, sweet and energetic Boxer and Klaus is a very relaxed older Puggle.
2. Guest rooms are third and fourth floor walk-ups. The top rooms are an 80 step climb.
3. City living can be dusty. We have high ratings for cleanliness but living in a house that was built in 1887 and on a street that has traffic, it's a challenge.
4. Note that guest rooms do not have televisions or telephones.
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(Photos by Peter Margonelli and Connie Zhou)


House Rules
Check-in is after 2PM

We do have a few -

1. No non-guests in the guest rooms
2. No pets
3. No smoking
4. Parties must be approved by owners and event rates will be applied.
5. Photography and filming must be approved by owners and location rates will be applied.
6. In the event of damage, the guest will be billed the cost of replacing damaged items with equivalent items.
7. Guest will be charged $50 for each unreturned set of keys.
8. Please, please, let us know if you will not be having breakfast on any morning during your stay prior to that morning. A considerable amount of time goes into preparation.


Safety features
Smoke detector
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher
Carbon monoxide detector

Availability
1 night minimum stay

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Jessica Doug

Jessica Doug

New York, New York, United States · Joined in September 2011

We are thrilled to welcome people into our family house. It's just the kind of place that we would want to stay if we were visiting New York! We enjoy meeting interesting, creative and passionate people from around the world and sharing our love of Brooklyn and New York City with them -- the history, food, art, architecture, and music. What we offer is a room in a beautiful house. We are relaxed and welcoming. We ask that our guests make themselves at home (and we do all we can to make them as comfortable as possible). Staying with us is like staying with friends or family (who can cook well). We do not have locks on room doors (although we do fully respect our guest's privacy). This is not a hotel or a bed and breakfast "business" (no teddy bears or pot pourri). It is sometimes elegant and sometimes casual. We like vintage furniture, street art, local food, and all kinds of music ... an urban sensibility. It's 'real life' in this house -- we have dogs who are enthusiastic greeters, teenagers who are in and out and friends who stop by. That said, we try really hard to make each guest's stay wonderfully memorable. Please read our reviews. We have had amazing guests!

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