About this listing
Well heated loft right in the middle of the most desirable neighborhoods in Brooklyn: Carroll Gardens, Park Slope, Boerum Hill. 10 min walk away from BAM. And a quick train ride to Manhattan.
500 square foot loft in arts enclave in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Freshly renovated entirely private apartment with separate entrance, full kitchen, living room and bedroom alcoves, which allows for privacy. Charmingly decorated with much love; new, clean appliances; and some select vintage furniture. Newly renovated bathroom, with WC separated by an extra door and luxuriously spacious shower. Large windows with a far view of Brooklyn's skyline floods the apartment with light. Central heating provides cozy, even warmth throughout the winter months. AC keeps things cool in the summer.
For those traveling with small children: We can provide crib and/or pack and play.
Close to R train (Union Street) and F and G (Carroll Street) subway lines. 10 min ride to Manhattan. Wireless high speed internet, easy street parking. Host provides clean linens and towels, along with some food provisions. Kitchen is fully functional including gas stove and fridge with ice box, toaster, coffee maker, and a Cuisinart mixer.
Apartment is by the Gowanus canal on the boarder to Park Slope. Great shopping and restaurants all around, not to forget beautiful Prospect Park and its farmers market, Brooklyn Museum and Botanical Garden. There is so much to do close by you might not even make it to Manhattan!
Please also check out our other adjacent property which sleeps 4 and has a roof garden. If you are looking for accommodations for a larger group there is the option of renting both spaces.
No specific house rules. We decorated the apartment to make you feel at home and expect that you will treat it like your home. In case you are planning on hosting any kind of gatherings or events, we do ask that you check with us first. Depending on the size we might request an additional fee.
About the Host, Ute
I am originally from Germany and moved from Berlin to New York, working here in the arts for over 7 years now. I love the city, and Brooklyn is the best. I moved to Gowanus from Williamsburg for the variety of the different neighborhoods here (elegant residential and old school industrial without the massive crowds).