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Looking for an affordable place to stay in NYC? I have the perfect suite in the lower level of my home in Flushing, Queens, NYC.

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Property type: House
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 3
Check In: 6:00 PM
Check Out: 1:00 PM


Extra people: $10 / night after 2 guests
Cancellation: Moderate


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New York, New York, United States
Member since January 2013
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  • Punjabi Deli & Pizza

    Awesome, cheap Indian food five blocks from the house. Eat-in, takeout, or delivery
    46th Avenue Queens NY 11358
  • Temple Canteen

    Indian food associated WITH the Hindu temple.
    Bowne Street New York NY 11355
  • Dosa Hutt

    good, cheap Indian eats NEXT to Hindu temple. Walking distance to house.
    Bowne Street NY 11355
  • The Hindu Temple Society Of North America

    one of the very first traditional Hindu temples in North America. It also has a great canteen for food.
    Bowne Street Flushing NY 11355
  • Flushing Cemetery

    Location of Louis Armstrongs grave, as well as Dizzy Gillespie, Hazel Scott, Bernard Baruch, Dr. Adam Clayton Powell, Sr., artist Jan Matulka, among others.
    46th Avenue NY 11358
  • Gold City Supermarket

    fantastic Chinese supermarket, live turtles for eating, and cheap, expansive tea selection
    Kissena Boulevard NY 11355
  • Shoe Village

    all kinds of footwear for shoe fanatics
    162nd Street Flushing NY 11358
  • New York Tennis Table Inc

    where to go if you MUST play ping pong (table tennis)! Walking distance to house with great food options on 162nd Street.
    162nd Street NY 11358
  • Kissena Velodrome

    only velodrome in NYC, which would have been the site for Olympic cycling if the city won the bid in 2012. Its not in prime condition, but has interesting views for safe exercise.
    Kissena Velodrome New York NY 11355
  • Flushing Bank

    This is the closest bank, but there are plenty of ATMs in the neighborhood bodegas
    Kissena Boulevard Flushing NY 11355
  • Food Plus

    Closest American supermarket
    Kissena Blvd New York NY 11355
  • Pop's Diner

    Recommended by guests. Closest American diner to the house.
    Kissena Blvd # A NY 11355-3055
  • Lao Dong Bei

    hot Manchurian restaurant within walking distance. New York Times recommends Blotch soup; green bean sheet jelly; fried pork in orange sauce; crispy sliced fish with cumin; spicy quail.
    Kissena Blvd New York NY 11355
  • Cavaleri Pizza & Pasta

    Lots of good paninis and of course, pizza. Free delivery
    162nd Street Flushing NY 11358
  • Kissena Park Golf Course

    public golf course with small concession and hills high enough to see the Manhattan skyline. Windy too!
    Booth Memorial Avenue New York NY
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car

    Nearest rental car place in the neighborhood
    Northern Boulevard Flushing NY 11358
  • Queens Botanical Garden

    well-kept garden with beekeeping
    Main Street Flushing NY 11355
  • First Baptist Church of Flushing

    another cool, old Christian church. Active parish. Worship in Spanish, Chinese or English!
    Sanford Avenue Flushing NY 11355
  • Voelker Orth Museum

    landmarked house with living record of Victorian-era gardening with events like storytelling and teas. Its one block away from the house where former U.S. First Lady Nancy Reagan was born.
    38th Avenue Flushing NY 11354
  • St Michael's Church

    Roman Catholic Church founded almost 200 years ago. Alleged to be the first Catholic church in Queens.
    41st Avenue NY 11355
  • Bowne Street Community Church

    Tiffany glass windows
    Roosevelt Avenue New York NY 11354
  • D'Alessandro Food Market

    quality meats and Italian specialties, even pre-made dinners. You can pick up other groceries too and it has a deli counter inside. About 1.5-mile walk or 5-minute bus ride.
    Hollis Court Boulevard NY 11358
  • Free Synagogue of Flushing

    The oldest liberal Reform synagogue in Queens. Rabbi famous for converting a former KKK member to Judaism.
    Sanford Avenue New York NY 11355
  • United States Post Office

    Buy stamps and other postal services here with really long service hours. Most interesting thing are the murals depicting Queens neighborhoods from colonial times, WPA of Great Depression.
    Main Street Flushing NY 11355
  • Bowne House

    Site of the Flushing Remonstrance and classic example of Anglo-Dutch architecture more than 300 years old. Lots of great programs. (website hidden)
    Bowne Street New York NY 11354
  • Queens Historical Society

    Another landmark building from the late 1700s with a landmarked tree. Offers tours including of Flushing Cemetery
    37th Ave NY 11354
  • Louis Armstrong House & Archvs

    Queens College is the site of Louis Armstrongs archives and more memorabilia
    Kissena Boulevard NY 11367
  • Macedonia AME Church

    active AME parish for more than 200 years. A stop on the Underground Railroad.
    Union Street NY 11354
  • Michael & Sons Pizza & Italian

    Good pizza and hamburgers. Free delivery
    47th Avenue NY 11358
  • Flushing High School

    Oldest high school in NYC, it is on the National Register of Historic Places. (website hidden)
    Union Street NY 11354
  • Joe's Shanghai

    Well-known Chinese restaurant right near the subway
    37th Avenue NY 11354
  • St. George's Episcopal Church

    Landmark church from 1702. Francis Lewis, signer of Declaration of Independence, worshipped here. Great graveyard in bustling downtown. Multiethnic parish. (website hidden)
    38th Ave New York NY 11354
  • Society of Friends (Quaker) Meeting House

    One of the oldest houses of continuous worship in the United States, Friends Meeting House, played a role in American religious freedom as well as the Revolutionary War.
    Northern Blvd Flushing NY 11354
  • Gyro World

    Greek food, including gyros! Free delivery
    Northern Blvd Flushing NY 11358
  • Flushing Town Hall

    an affiliate of the Smithsonian, this original town hall (1862)is now an arts center known for jazz performances, as well as dance, world music, exhibitions and kids programs.
    Northern Boulevard NY 11354
  • St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church

    one of the largest Greek Orthodox churches in the country. Houses relics of Old St. Nick! Famous festival every October.
    Northern Boulevard NY 11358
  • Flushing Meadows Corona Park Pool & Rink

    very reasonable place to ice skate or swim
    Perimeter Road New York NY 11355
  • Leavitts Park/Lewis Latimer House

    house where African-American Lewis Latimer contributed to the invention of the light bulb, among other things.
    NY 11354
  • New York Badminton Center

    where to go if you get a hankering to play indoor badminton
    34th Avenue New York NY 11354
  • Waldbaum's

    closest American supermarket. Its where Carrie and Doug from King of Queens shop.
    Horace Harding Expressway NY 11365
  • USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

    where the US Open happens. Great place for tennis lovers, open to the public so you can play on the courts where the pros play!
    Queens New York
  • Boat Rental Meadow Lake

    boat rentals from April to October. Its also where the Dragonboat Festival is held in August.
    New York NY 11367
  • Citi Field Stadium

    where the Mets play. About 2-mile walk, quick subway ride or 5-minute LIRR trip. Yours given and restaurants open year round
    Roosevelt Ave Queens New York 11368
  • Flushing Meadows Corona Park

    2.5 times bigger than Central Park, home to baseball, tennis, and boating remnants of the 1964-65 Worlds Fair. A must-see for Men in Black fans. Also a great place for pick-up soccer games.
    New York NY
  • Queens Museum of Art

    a must see if just for NYC panorama
    New York Avenue Flushing Meadows Corona Park Queens NY 11368
  • Queens Zoo

    houses only species from the Americas. Very manageable zoo. Great for small kids and a carousel
    111th Street Flushing NY 11368
  • New York Hall Of Science

    great for kids or the kid-at-heart. Also has a playground based on scientific principles
    111th Street New York NY 11368
  • Tortilleria Nixtamal

    As seen on Unique Eats and Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
    47th Avenue New York NY 11368
  • Louis Armstrong House Museum

    this quaint house in a working-class neighborhood is where Louis Armstrong called home.
    107th Street NY 11368
  • La Boulangerie

    not really a restaurant, but a great place for French bread and pastries in Forest Hills, one of the first planned communities in NYC.
    72nd Road New York NY 11375
  • Spa Castle

    A novel experience, food and massage. A quick visit to Korean sauna mixed with European spa. (website hidden)
    11th Avenue CollegePoint NY 11356
  • Eddies Sweet Shop

    old-fashioned ice cream parlor, all homemade ice cream and whipped cream, next door to a wonderful movie theater.
    Metropolitan Ave Flushing New York 11375
  • Tangra Masala

    Chinese-Indian fusion cuisine. I havent been to this location, but the one in New Hyde Park is great!
    Grand Avenue NY 11373
  • Taqueria Coatzingo

    another restaurant, this time Mexican, in hot Jackson Heights
    Roosevelt Avenue NY 11372
  • La Portena Restaurant

    Latin American steakhouse in hip Jackson Heights neighborhood, a few subway stops away
    37th Avenue Queens NY 11372
  • Resorts World Casino New York City

    only casino in NYC. You can take the Q25 or Q34 (same bus from JFK) from my house to the last stop to get a free 10-minute shuttle to the casino.
    Rockaway Boulevard Jamaica New York 11420
  • The Door

    Great Jamaican food, where else, but in Jamaica, Queens!
    Baisley Boulevard NY 11434
  • Aqueduct Racetrack

    horseracing in New York City and the Worlds Resort Casino is nearby
    Queens New York
  • The Queens Kickshaw

    good vegetarian fare with hipster atmosphere
    Broadway NY 11103
  • Museum of the Moving Image

    great movie props and exhibits
    35th Avenue NY 11106-1226
  • Socrates Sculpture Park

    quirky art space with interesting skyline views.
    Vernon Boulevard Queens New York
  • The Noguchi Museum

    hidden gem of this Irish-American-Japanese artist
    Queens New York
  • Fine & Raw

    its described as the Willy Wonka of Brooklyn. A must-see for chocoholics
    Seigel Street Brooklyn NY 11206
  • MoMA PS1

    Experimental art, acquired by MOMA. Artsy neighborhood
    21st Street NY 11101-5324
  • Selamat Pagi

    wonderful Indonesian restaurant in up-and-coming Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
    Driggs Avenue NY 11222
  • Roosevelt Island

    officially part of Manhattan, used to be a car-free island. Get there by subway or riding the Roosevelt Island Tram (as seen in the Spiderman movie)
    New York NY
  • Bronx Zoo

    One of the best zoos in the United States. Take the Q44 to 180th Street and Boston Road. Walk north 1 block to the zoo’s Asia gate entrance/Gate A. Catch the Q44 on Main St.
    South Blvd Bronx NY 10460
  • Yankee Stadium

    home of the Bronx Bombers. About 50-minute subway ride
    East 161st Street NY 10451
  • Alice's Tea Cup

    A fun place for tea. Other locations throughout the city.
    E 64th St New York NY 10065-7411
  • Belvedere Castle

    weather station, often-used spot for movies, what can be more fun than a castle in NYC?
    Mid Park New York NY 10021
  • Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre

    cheap tickets for superb puppet theater
    West St New York NY 10001
  • Grand Central Terminal

    celebrate 100 years of riding the rails. 28-minute direct subway ride.
    East 42nd Street NY 10017
  • Top of the Rock Observation Deck

    great views from high above the city. Sunrise Sunset ticket lets gives you a night and day look at the city.
    Rockefeller Plaza New York 10112
  • Theater District - Times Square

    direct subway ride to the theater district and all Times Square has to offer. Check out the Times Square Museum and celebrate New Years every day!
    New York NY
  • Empire State Building

    more great views, classic Art Deco lobby
  • Brooklyn Museum

    great Egypt collection
    Brooklyn NY 11238-6099
  • BAM: Brooklyn Academy Of Music

    all kinds of arts and entertainment in one great location
    Lafayette Avenue NY 11217
  • Barclays Center

    one of the hottest venues with the hottest shows in a hot neighborhood! 20-minute train ride from Jamaica, Queens
    Atlantic Avenue New York NY 11217
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    beautiful garden near Brooklyn Museum and Prospect Park. Known for its cherry blossoms in early spring. Great programs, too
    Washington Ave NY 11225
  • The Cloisters Museum and Gardens

    houses the medieval collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in a beautiful park. Magnificent sunsets!
    Margaret Corbin Drive New York NY 10040
  • Governors Island

    the island is accessible by ferry from Manhattan Brooklyn. It has a rich colonial past and is now a national park with lots to see and do. Car-free!
    New York NY

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