Urban Oasis II

Urban Oasis II

Tricia

 

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Beautiful, artsy house on a great block - truly an Urban Oasis. I have a large picture window that looks out onto the street in front and a lovely garden in the back. The house is 1 block from the subway so Manhattan access is easy. The neighborhood has tons of great restaurants and bars nearby and is a short walk to Prospect Park. It is also close to the Brooklyn Museum, Barclays Center, Brooklyn Bridge Park and the lovely Green-Wood Cemetery.

Some things to be aware of:
-I have 3 friendly kitties who will need care during your stay.

-There is a large building going up across the street which adds some construction noise during the day.

-The closet in the 2nd bedroom is available for guest use. The walk-in closet in the 1st bedroom will be full of my belongings so not available. Guests are welcome to use all kitchen appliances, pots & pans, dishes.

I will be out of town but always available to answer questions by phone, text or e-mail.

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More about us

  1. Single woman, 60 years old

  2. work as a stage manager, lighting designer in Dance

  3. Love to travel when I'm able

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

The neighborhood is great. It is called South Slope by some, Green-Wood Heights by others. It is a lively area with lots to see and do. The house is between 4th and 5th Avenues; 5th Avenue has tons of restaurants and cute shops and the subway is on 4th Ave and 17th St.

I am 1 block from the R train at the Prospect Ave. stop. There are buses that run along 5th Avenue as well as Citibike stations nearby for bike rentals. It is also a nice neighborhood for walking.

Buzzy restaurants
Korso
Cool bars
Freddy's - voted best neighborhood bar
Cozy cafés
Roots, Woops!
Retail therapy
Shops on 5th ave
Bit of culture
Not far from the Brooklyn Museum, BAM and Barclays Center
Walks in the park
Prospect Park and Green-Wood cemetery
Spot of exercise
Prospect Park, Citibike rentals
Day tripping
Coney Island, anywhere in Manhattan, Williamsburg

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