Good sized room in an apartment on the north side of Bed-Stuy. The Myrtle-Willoughby G train stop is a 1-minute walk from the front door. The room is in the back of the apartment away from the hullabaloo of the street, with plenty of natural light.
There are 3 other roommates, and the apartment has a pretty relaxed vibe. A fair amount of plants and natural light make the living room a nice place to convene and read, listen to music, putz around on the 'net, or have a drink. There is no smoking in apartment, but you can smoke in the front of the building or on the back patio (though you have to go through someone's room to access the back).
Everywhere besides the my other roommates' rooms, with the exception of accessing the balcony.
It's not place to party necessarily, so using basic common courtesy for other roommates is expected.
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Originally hailing from Grand Rapids, MI, I made the move to Brooklyn, NY the summer of 2011. I'm currently finishing my degree in sociology, where my particular interests lie in basic income grants, post-work society, and distribution of social services.
I've traveled around a fair bit and can truthfully say I'm a respectful and amiable guest. When traveling, I do my best to pick up the vibe of a place and go with it.
An interesting fact is that I'm an atheist ordained minister, and have married three couples to date. I also speak conversational German, and bits and pieces of Spanish (though improving on that also).
Some things I like: Puns and wordplay, mezcal, sociology, feminism, house music, dancing, biking, Cher, Adam Curtis documentaries, cities, countries, languages, hiking, and the funk.