Listing is for a large private bedroom in my 2200 sq. ft. exposed brick loft. The building is centered directly in the heart of Williamsburg at N. 5th Street, two blocks from the L train to Manhattan. (4 minutes) to Union Square. Bedroom has a super comfy Queen size memory foam mattress, AC to keep you cool in the summer, radiator to keep you warm all winter. Room has a window with great sunlight, leather chair, tv, closet, shelves, storage. Amazing views of Manhattan from our huge Rooftop!
Bedford Avenue Loft, two blocks south of the L train Subway at Bedford Ave. This listing is for a private, exposed brick, sunlit bedroom in a 2200 sq ft. Loft. The loft is on the third floor of a 5 story converted factory building on Bedford Avenue, the first stop in Brooklyn from Manhattan. The building is centered directly in the heart of Williamsburg at N. 5th Street, two blocks from the L train to Manhattan. (4 minutes)
I share the loft with one roommate, Maggie, 27 years old. Barely around. We are both extremely respectful and always party elsewhere. Loft is typically very quiet by 10-11pm latest. We're not typically home though. Always try and be respectful of guests.
The loft is extremely spacious with 12 ft. high ceilings and includes a large, sunny living room with 3 couches, bike racks, and a vast record collection.
We also have a 101 inch HD projector installed in the Living room for a surround sound theater style experience at home!! The living room has a wifi ihome camera installed to keep the apartment secure when no one is home.
The buildings is filled with several artists, musicians, creative types, all super cool and really friendly. Building is really quiet for the location and we never have sound issues from neighbors.
Roof access provides spectacular views and a relaxed social setting.
The bedroom includes natural brick walls,
a window that gets great sunlight all day,
Room to store belongings.
Super Comfy Queen size bed with memory foam topper and pillows.
32 inch TV with Chromecast.
Room comes stocked with professionally cleaned, folded towels, sheets, etc.
The apartment has super fast wifi and
an Iron, kettle, toaster, coffee maker, french press, blender, washing liquid, toiler paper, paper towels, dryer sheets, laundry basket, etc.
Duvets and Pillows are all dry cleaned professionally prior to stay.
Powerful A/C units will keep you cool in the summer.
Radiators throughout the apartment and a space heater in the room give you the option to control the temperature as desired.
We have no pets, so allergy concerns are no issue here.
The combination of location, space, rooftop access, and affordability sets this apartment apart from the rest. The neighborhood is a hotbed of boutique shops and eateries, bars, music venues and a bustling center of the entrepreneurial, Brooklyn spirit. The building sits literally atop the mall containing verb cafe, earwax Vinyl, Bookstore, etc.
The Location absolutely does not get any better. McCarren Park is just a few blocks north and offers free public swimming, concerts, basketball, baseball and tennis courts and is popular among sunbathing locals. The East River is just 3 blocks west with breathtaking views of Manhattan. The Williamsburg Bridge is a 10 minute walk south and a fantastic way to quickly and efficiently access Manhattans amazing Lower East Side.
Public transit is a piece of cake.
The L train is just two blocks North, one stop from Manhattan (about a 4minute ride)
The G train, a few blocks east, takes you to The Barclays Center, Botanical Gardens, etc.
The JMZ train is about 10 blocks south and also 1 stop from Manhattans Lower East side
And few stops from SOHO, Manhattan's downtown shopping district.
Multiple buses to and from Manhattan are also accessible at Driggs Ave., one block away.
Some of the coolest restaurants are all within blocks. Foodies love this neighborhood because there are so many amazing restaurants and food experiences of all levels in the neighborhood. Some of my hood favorites are Momofuku, Fette Sau, Delaneys BBQ, Mables Smokehouse, Maison Premier, Sea Thai, Juliette, Egg, Peter Luger Steak House, Moto, Brooklyn Brewery, Dumont Burger, Marlow and Sons, Diner, Caracas, Zenkichi, Dressler, 5 Leaves, Nha Toi, Le Barricou, The Meatball Shop, and so many more.
It's also very central to awesome bars. For cocktails: Maison Premier, The Richardson, Millers, Night of Joy, Donna, Dram, Rye, Fatty Cue, Huckleberry Bar. For beers/shots: Union Pool, The Charleston, Bk Bowl, Nights and Weekends, Barcade, Crown Victoria, Skinny Dennis, The Levee, Radegast BierGarden, The Wythe Hotel, Kinfolk, etc.
Williamsburg boasts some of the finest beans around including: Marlow and Sons, Fabiane's and Verb cafe located just downstairs or Blue Bottle, one block away.
Tons of Boutiques and Vintage stores. Just downstairs in the same building Is Brooklyn Fox, Vera Meat, etc. Within a few blocks are Beacons Closet, American Apparel, Meg, Cadet, Pork Pie Hatters, Paul Smith, Fred Perry, Vaute Couture, Brooklyn Tailors, Red Pearl, Antiqua Vintage, etc.
GALLERIES, MUSEUMS AND TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
So many local galleries including The Journal Gallery, Art 101 inc., The Front Room, Graphite, Stella Deco, Blue Box, K&K, Obscure Object, Errant Garrison, Black and White Gallery, etc. The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, The Brooklyn Museum
Or only a few stops by subway to NYC attractions like The Empire State Building, Times Square, The MoMA; and lower Manhattan attractions like Wall Street and Ground Zero, Metropolitan Museum, Guggenheim, The New Museum, Tenement Museum and the Merchant House, Governors Island
The Legendary NightHawk Cinema, The brand new Williamsburg Cinemas, Videology, Amazing indie cinemas are also very closeby in NYC including Anthology Film Archives, Angelika, Sunshine, IFC, Film Forum
Williamsburg Music Hall, Death by Audio, Trash Bar, St. Virus, The Flat, Villain, Paper Box, Knitting Factory, Glasslands, Brooklyn Bowl, Public Assembly, Pete's Candy Shop, etc. all within a few blocks.
Retro Fitness, Soma Health Club, Grand Relax Day Spa, Cross Fit Virtuosity, Go Yoga, Yoga to the People, Bikram Yoga Williamsburg.
Duane Reade, Foodtown, and soon coming a Wholefoods all within 2 blocks.
Drop off next door, or laundromat two blocks away at Driggs and N. 6th.
Depending on time of day, taxi from JFK is anywhere from 30 min - 1 hours. From Newark its around 45 min to 1.5 hours and from LaGuardia, it can be as quick as 20 min to 45 min. Trains and subways are less expensive options and happy to provide info regarding those options.
Looking forward to your stay!
Key Pickup and Drop off is available 24 hours a day at the Bagelsmith, right outside the Bedford L Train Entrance.
Interaction with guests
Always only a text or phone call from home. Always willing to offer recommendations outside of whats featured in the guide book or help take care of any special needs you might have during your stay.
We are not looking to rent the space to host events.
We have no noise restrictions but are mindful of neighbors any time after 1am.
We all clean up after ourselves and don't leave dishes, messes, etc.
Recycling goes to the second floor, trash out front.
We ask that guests do not bring multiple strangers back to the space.
Otherwise we're pretty chill.
Any requests during your stay or questions can be directed to me or my roommates who will be happy to be accommodating, however possible.
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