I'm a reporter for a paper in Queens. I moved to NYC a year and half ago and love every minute of it (well except for parking tickets).
We were a group of 3 adults visiting NYC. Josey's flat was a great bargain. Josey is a 25-ish year old young person, and lives as such. We are "middle aged" and used to more comforts. so, at first we were a bit taken aback. yes, it's small. the kitchen is stocked minimally. there isn't much space for storage as Josey "lives there". but Josey is very sweet and responsive and even offered to refund our money if we wanted to move elsewhere. which we didn't. Her flat has fabulous plumbing and air conditioning. We were there during a heat wave week so returning mid day to shower and cool off was a life saver, before going out for the evening. The location isn't the hipster part of Park Slope but very near to public transportation and a friendly grocery shop that is open late. The neighborhood felt very safe and we often returned using the subway late at night. If you go, try Pauline and Sharon's Pizza, just up past Prospect, great pizza and wings. very small and hot tho so maybe get it to go.
Everything was comfortable and as described. I would stay there again.
Josey's place is very basic and private---it's her place and she leaves when you're there. It's not fancy, but it has everything you need---a comfortable bed, private bathroom, full little kitchen, and a couch---all in a one room studio apartment. Working with Josey is very easy and convenient!
Josey's apartment was perfect for my parents visit, clean tidy and close to subways and amenities. Great host, I recommend renting this apartment.
Great little place, entirely comfortable, good location with subway nearby and plenty of walking distance goodness. We had perfectly pleasant communications with our host; the transaction and stay was smooth. Overall this, my first airbnb rental, was just swell!
Our first time using AirBNB and it couldn't have gone smoother. Josey's place was great ! Its really a convenient location, I found non metered street parking for my 12' van, no problem.. in town for a show at The Bell House which is a 15 minute walk, maybe a little further to Prospect Park. We were also able to bring our little Chihuahua with us.hope to come back soon!
oh and we loved Bar Tano on 3rd Ave. pretty good pizza,open late after the show.and a classic look
This is a cute Park Slope area apartment, close to I-278 and a block down from the Prospect Avenue subway (R), that I would love to live in! The host was very welcoming of my furry roommate (el pooch) and the place came equipped with everything one would need to enjoy a few nights at home. (However, the purpose of our stay was to get out and enjoy the city.) The price was right and the arrangements were easy to make. Top-notch host indeed. Will look for this apartment next time I come to New York!
Josey left the place nice and clean. I'd definitely let her stay at my apartment again.