My apartment has two large rooms with windows, so the place stays filled with light. The kitchen and bathroom are both modern, and fully equipped. It's in the heart of Bed Stuy near the G train. Bars, restaurants, and coffee shops are steps away.
My place is calm and collected. It's the perfect spot to enjoy your morning before heading out to explore New York, or to come home to and relax after a long day out. The kitchen has every appliance you'd need to cook yourself a healthy meal, and you're welcome to them all as long as you clean up after yourself and be sure to put things back where you found them. The kitchen is an eat-in with a table, so feel free to make yourself at home and sit down to breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The living area is cozy with a comfortable couch and area rug that are both great for lounging, and a television with HDMI cable hookups for both pcs and Macs. The television also has an Amazon Firestick with access to shows and movies on Amazon Prime and Netflix. The guestroom has a small television for private viewing. Both bedrooms have air conditioners, so the house stays cool, even on humid days.
There are two entrances to the apartment, but guests will only be given a key to one - the main entrance which opens to the living room. The apartment is secure and also has a main door and front gate. Keys to all doors will be provided for complete access. The guest bedroom is enormous and complete with a yoga mat and weights, so there's plenty of space for you to meditate, do yoga, exercise, and spread out without feeling closed off.
I am more than happy to give you recommendations and advice on what to see and how to get around during your stay. I work Monday through Friday in the mornings, but my afternoon hours vary and I will be home some days earlier than others. I keep a pretty busy schedule between work, yoga, tennis, and running, so day-to-day interaction in the apartment may be limited at times. But please don't hesitate to contact me during your stay. New York can be difficult to navigate, so I am always available via text and/or email.
Airport pickup and drop off from JFK and La Guardia is available if the arrival and departure times coordinate with my work schedule. The fee is $40 each way. Please make sure to mention whether you'll need a ride to the airport when you message me with your booking inquiry.
Coffee, tea, and espresso are available for guests. A set of towels, shampoo, conditioner, and shower gel will be provided.
I don't allow smoking or pets in the apartment. I ask that guests remove their shoes upon entering the apartment, and remember to lock the doors behind them when they leave. Please also make sure to turn off the air conditioners when you leave, and unplug any appliances when not in use, including the television.
Clean up after yourself in the kitchen and the bathroom. Please do not leave towels in the bathroom. All dirty towels and sheets should be placed in the guestroom hamper.
There are no guests allowed in the apartment other than those approved through the booking.
Other than those few things, just respect the space because it's nice one.
Things to Know
I run. A lot. This often means waking up very early for weekend races. Apologies in advance. I will always try to give you a heads up via text or email so I don't disturb you.
I'm also in the bathroom from about 6:45am to 7:30am every day. I sometimes use my blow dryer in the morning. Again, apologies for the noise.
Each guest will receive a set of towels to use during his/her stay. These towels and sheets can be laundered at your own discretion. There is a laundromat conveniently located across the street from the apartment. It costs $2.00 - $3.50 a load to wash, and $0.25 for 8 minutes to dry. You'll need a quarters to operate the machines, but there are change machines in the laundromat if you only have coins. Detergent can be purchased at the laundromat for $2.00 - $6.00 per bottle.
Any more questions, just ask.
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I am a California-native, but I've lived in New York for ten years. I learned the key to surviving life in the concrete jungle is to step outside your cage every now and then. If I could have any job I wanted, it would be something that allowed me to help others help themselves, travel the world, read books, do yoga, and follow the ATP tour.