About this listing
Sweet family home right in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Just a few steps from the Bedford Avenue "L" train.
One train stop from Manhattan's East Village.
Great for families.. Kids welcome.
1st floor has an eat in kitchen, living room and half bathroom.
2nd floor has 3 bedrooms and bathroom with bathtub and separate shower.
One king size bed in the large, rear bedroom.
Full (double) bed in the medium size, front bedroom.
The small, front bedroom has a twin bed.
A fourth single (twin) mattress, which can be pulled to the floor, can be found in the medium size bedroom closet.
All the beds are really comfortable.
All bedding, linens, towels included.
Classic Brooklyn front stoop.
Beautiful sunny, sometimes lightly shared garden.
24 hour health food store next door.
New! - East River Ferry service is three blocks away.
Also new, down at the riverfront park 2½ blocks away: A Saturday outdoor food market. and a Sunday flea market.
Incredible location in a very lively neighborhood.
Wonderful restaurants, shops, cafes, bars right up at the corner.
Great parks just blocks away.
On-street parking available. Parking lots are now in the neighborhood.
Wireless internet, small broadcast television connected to internet (no cable), FM radio in kitchen, record player, cassette player, 1959 Seeburg juke box.
Our two story house is quite different than anyplace you would find in New York City.
It is kept very well for our guests.
We keep an apartment in the basement.
You are not likely to notice.
Interaction with guests
I am always available by text, telephone, or a message through AirBnB, and on occasion I am around for brief periods of time.
No smoking indoors.
We think geographically! Please tell us where you are from.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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Our family of five spent 10 great years in this house, We moved some distance away a couple years ago.
I come in for film & radio production work occasionally and stay in the basement and/or back house.
Our neighbors down the street take care of the house.
The home has a lot of our life in it still, and our kids were born there.
It's a keeper.