Charming studio in hip East Village with brand new kitchen & bathroom, this is truly a rare find with its very own private garden patio. Impeccably clean and beautifully designed, this artist's studio is 5 minutes from Astor place and in the heart of downtown chic. Equipped with full bath-tub/shower, free wifi - after a long day of exploring (and/or night of adventure) there is no better place to rest your head. Enjoy a true East Village apt. in style!
Warm and cozy in the heart of the East Village. The studio can accommodate two with a brand new click-clack full sofa bed and outdoor space. Great for when you want to bring back guests to show off the place or just lay back and enjoy Apple TV on a state of the art plasma. A private patio with ivy covered stone walls, garden lights and green surroundings makes this a one of a kind you won't see anywhere else. Best of both worlds, wine bars, sushi joints and village hangs are steps in every direction. You can be a part of the scene and still come home, kick off your shoes have a glass of wine with tunes and twinkling lights in the comfort of your own outdoor lounge.
Apartment is one of two of the only apartments in the building with outdoor space. Its on the first floor and visitors have access to the bathroom, kitchen and living space. Closets and all furnishings are free to use as you please. Brand new bathroom, flooring and freshly painted.
I am more than happy to help guests navigate through the hood. The East Village is filled with all kinds of gems and only a true few know a steal from a trap. Cool bars include Immigrant, Maiden Lane, and Pinks to name a few. Home to the best sushi around, try Hasaki, Takahachi and Jewel Bako. For the ladies, best nail spot is Orchid Garden spa on 1st and guys--grab a burger while you wait at Paul's Da burger joint on 2nd. We meet to exchange keys, otherwise I'm out of your hair.
Things to note...noise travels. The apartment has the benefit of being tucked inside, opposite the street-facing residences. But when out on the patio chatting and drinking, or inside listening to pregame jams whilst putting the final touches to your 'do, please keep the neighbors in mind. Respect them and they will respect you. It's NYC code of co-habitation - live it, love it.
House rules are easy, respect the place and leave it how you found it. Feel free to have a good time, bring back beers and friends and hang out on the porch. Play tunes (reasonable hours for the neighbors) or watch movies. The place also has a desk easel with paper and colored pencils--draw me a picture for some of that good juju. Enjoy it and treat it right so future generations of wanderers may enjoy it too.