Luxurious&modern apartment in the heart of Brooklyn. Truly experience NYC life!
- 0% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 0 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 0 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
No pets - No pets allowed.No pets allowed.
No parties/events - Absolutely no parties or events are permitted.Absolutely no parties or events are permitted.
No smoking - No smoking inside the apartment.No smoking inside the apartment.
Max guests: 6 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 26 - Please, provide the age of all travelers.Please, provide the age of all travelers.
- Do not change the settings of ANY electronic device: TV, AC, thermostat... Do not cancel Netflix account or any other subscription on the Smart TV.
- Do not use the address to get deliveries without letting us know in advance.
- We encourage to remove the shoes in the house to enjoy the hardwood floor. Keep noise level low. Be considered to neighbors.
Pristine and practical garden apartment
This Boerum Hill/Park Slope apartment was truly pristine and comfortable, perfect for our 6-day stay. We enjoyed the recently renovated space, the new appliances and bed linens and particularly, the spotless bathrooms. The garden apartment's ample floor plan is very practical and we found that a good amount of thinking had gone into making the space cosy and many details purposeful.
We felt very safe coming in and out of the apartment, as well as walking at all hours in the neighborhood where it is located; the subway stop is 10 minutes away, with direct trains to the Upper East Side and the Seaport, which were our main interests in Manhattan. It was also very enjoyable to have Prospect Park, the Botanical Garden, the Brooklyn Public Library and the Brooklyn Museum of Fine Arts close by, although once we closed the doors to the apartment it was very quiet, so we felt we were having a rare, deluxe experience of New York City by lodging there. Having the original Union Market three minutes away for grocery shopping was also a plus.
For a longer stay though, a washing machine and dryer would be missed, for the apartment does not include them. But we would go back and stay on a next visit without a doubt.
Park Slope Perfect Stay
Great location, super cute unit and very responsive host!
A wonderful retreat in the middle of a great Brooklyn neighborhood
This apartment was perfect for our needs, so well equipped and nicely laid out. The owners were responsive and friendly. The beautiful modern kitchen and living room, nicely designed bathrooms, and quiet two bedrooms were very comfortable and inviting. . We loved being there in between bouts of exploring the city. Close to subway stops, shops and restaurants, we enjoyed walking in this neighborhood and highly recommend this rental. We would love to return here again if we come back for another city visit.
Great find in Park Slope
What a great find! My husband and I and our college age daughter spent 6 days of comfortable, convenient living in this beautiful brownstone. Throughout the entire process, the owner was very attentive to our needs and questions. The location was perfect and allowed us to explore so many parts of NYC, with easy access to the subway. The Park Slope area is rich with great restaurants and quaint shops.
The owner has done a fabulous job designing and decorating this downstairs space of their brownstone. The well stocked kitchen gave the option of making our own meals after long days exploring the city. I highly recommend this property!
Apartament in brooklyn
Very nice and clean. In a convenient location
If you’ve ever wondered where hip people go when they grow up, the answer lies in Brooklyn - Park Slope, to be exact. This idyllic yet unfailingly cool neighborhood, is considered one of New York City's most desirable neighborhoods. In 2010, it was ranked number one in New York by New York Magazine citing its quality public schools, dining, nightlife, shopping, access to public transit, green space, quality housing, safety, and creative capital, among other aspects.
It was named one of the 'Greatest Neighborhoods in America' by the American Planning Association in 2007, 'for its architectural and historical features and its diverse mix of residents and businesses, all of which are supported and preserved by its active and involved citizenry.'
In December 2006, Natural Home magazine named Park Slope one of America's ten best neighborhoods based on criteria including parks, green spaces and neighborhood gathering spaces; farmer’s markets and community gardens; public transportation and locally-owned businesses; and environmental and social policy
Park Slope features historic buildings, top-rated restaurants, bars, and shops, as well as proximity to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and the fact that it is so close to Manhattan.
Stroll through the brownstone-edged streets and it’s all too easy to see what drew the cool kids to these parts. Romanesque revival townhouses and Queen Anne-style homes fill the landmark historic district next to the lush expanse of Prospect Park.
The Brooklyn Museum holds court in all its Beaux-Arts glory, bringing culture and cutting-edge art to New York’s most populous borough. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden provides Mother Nature with a stage for her exquisite tricks, from the exuberant blooming of the cherry blossom trees during spring to the explosion of fiery leaves come autumn.
To meet the demands of its exacting population, Park Slope’s restaurant and bar scene is vibrant and varied. Locally sourced 'New American' fare is as easy to come by as Filipino dishes, and bartenders are well-versed in microbreweries, vintage bourbons and classic cocktails.
Since the mid-1990s younger, childless professionals who in previous decades would most likely have lived in Manhattan have been moving to the neighborhood in ever-increasing numbers. Gentrification has also overflowed. The influx of these new upper middle class residents have made Park Slope one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Brooklyn.
It is a big neighborhood, however the main streets are Fifth Avenue and Seventh Avenue. Many restaurants, bars, boutiques, shops with different amenities are abundant in these two main streets. One of the greatest advantages in Park Slope are the large quantities of Brownstone Houses that are in the neighborhood. The closer you get to Prospect Park West, the prettier Brownstones you see.
Whether you want to visit Park Slope, or move here, without a doubt, it is one of NYC’s best neighborhoods.
Local activities in Park Slope:
- english, french, german, spanish, italian
About Owner/Property Manager
We are a family who loves living in and experiencing Brooklyn, a vibrant part of Brooklyn, New York. Born in New York, we have traveled extensively and we speak several languages, enough to have a fun conversation: English, Spanish, Italian and French. We recently finished renovating completely this apartment in one of the best neighborhoods in New York! Come stay in our property! We'd love to share this beautiful brownstone with you. You will have total privacy but we will be there to help with anything you need if you ask us. We can't wait to meet you!
Why Owner/Property Manager chose Brooklyn
One of Brooklyn’s best neighborhoods, Park Slope offers an amazing array of meticulously renovated brownstone and limestone townhouses. This apartment vacation rental is located in the ground floor of a brownstone built in 1874, just a short walking distance from the beautiful Prospect Park. The 1890 census showed Park Slope to be the richest community in the United States.
What makes this Apartment unique
Prime Park Slope location. Very convenient to public transportation and some of the best Brooklyn restaurants. Close to the BAM cultural center and the Barclay's arena. This is a 2 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. Very comfortable apartment, located in the ground floor of brownstone in the historical district of Park Slope.