Chic and Lovely Brooklyn Heights Apartment

Chic and Lovely Brooklyn Heights Apartment


Feb 2013

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

We have 12 foot ceilings and are situated in an old school house on the ground floor with massive French windows facing a tree lined street. Brooklyn Heights is the oldest neighborhood in Brooklyn, full of history and commerce. Walk two blocks and you are at the river, overlooking Manhattan. Trees are everywhere. Shops abound, as do restaurants. It is safe, quiet but not boring, and classic.


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  1. I am a psychoanalyst, writer and editor of a webcast

  2. I have done many swaps

  3. I love to read and go to museums and cook

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Where is it?


Brooklyn Heights is located one stop from Manhattan, near the river, overlooking the financial district and the statue of liberty. It is one of the most beautiful and exclusive neighborhoods in NYC--the best example of each decade's architectural production can be found here--from 1830 to the present. The streets are leafy green and the neighborhood is bordered by two parks, and has all conveniences one needs to tend to the necessities of daily life.

Buzzy restaurants
noodle pudding, 2 blocks away, is a must. cucina ischitana. river deli for sardegnan cuisine. walk 15 minutes to Vinegar Hill--one of the best restaurants in the city
Cool bars
jack the horse for an excellent cocktail just a block away where real bearded brooklyn fellows stir it up
Cozy cafés
Retail therapy
atlantic avenue en totale--really the chicest shopping in the city
Bit of culture
the plymouth church, on the block, home to the Underground Railroad during slavery
Walks in the park
two blocks to the Promenade for strolling, sitting or running. Or down the hill the the gorgeous Brooklyn Bridge Park
Spot of exercise
We love exhale in Soho. But we run on the Promenade
Day tripping

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