My beautiful, spacious, clean apartment is the perfect spot in the heart of Williamsburg just two blocks from the subway. The bedroom faces the backyard, and is a quiet, cozy spot. Amazing light, best location, tons of amenities, wonderful place!
A lovely home in the heart of Williamsburg Brooklyn. Two blocks from the Bedford Avenue L stop on Roebling Street and North 8th. A beautiful large, one bedroom in a quiet building, and a roof-deck with expansive views of all of Manhattan and the Williamsburg bridge.
It's fully furnished - AppleTV, wifi, queen size new mattress, Fully stocked kitchen with granite island countertop, Print/copy/scan machine, Central AC, and heat, washing machine/dryer, dishwasher, large closet, and kitchen pantry.
There is a great Kitchen and it is fully equipped with everything you need to prepare meals. Also there's a lovely dining table that can be expanded to seat 4.
The bathroom has modern fixtures with a shower, and deep soaking tub. Towels and linens provided.
As a city dweller, my apartment is my oasis. It is my own little interior design project, with special lighting fixtures on dimmers, heavy velvet drapes, pieces of art from traveling, and a big, beautiful homey bedroom.
Being a constant traveler myself, I'm particularly sensitive to wanting the comforts of home while on a trip. You can be sure that the apartment will be extremely clean, with clean linens, and towels.
Williamsburg is the hippest area around right now, with some of the best restaurants, shopping and great people watching.
3 blocks from McCarren Park, 5 blocks from the
Waterfront Park and 1 subway stop to Manhattan's East Village or Lower East Side. In my welcome package I've included an extensive list of things to do, places to eat, and shop!
Here's the list so far:
One of my favorite subjects!!
Brunch-Cafe Collette, AllsWell, Cafe Mogador, Walter Foods, Brooklyn Star, Sweet Chick, Dumont, Pie’s n Thies
Easy Lunch-Juice Press (healthy to the max), Peter’s, Sip’s & Bites, Pop’s, Urban Rustic, Meatball Shop
Dinner-Brooklyn Winery (literally just across the street, they make some of their own wines, and have good food as well), El Almacen(Argentinian, good steak), Diner (fun atmosphere, good food), Marlowe & Sons (next door to Diner, same owners, same good food), Isa(never been there but its supposed to be amazing, and pretty spendy), Roberta’s (Bushwick) (you gotta take the train to Roberta’s... the pizza and everything else really good, fun crowd), Rosarito’s (seafood) Rye (really good, and good whiskey) Sel de Mer (best seafood restaurant in my humble opinion), Carino’s (mexican, the diablito margarita!!) Le Barricou (so yummy) Zenkichi (spendy, very good sushi, romantic atmosphere) Aurora (romantic Italian spot), Cafe de la Esquina (excellent mexican) Bozu (next to Roberta’s... loooove this place for unusual sushi), St. Anselm (they have live bands there, it’s a happenin little place) Mesa Coyoacan (another good mexican joint) Reynard (at the Wythe Hotel... after eating go to the roofdeck to see an epic view of Manhattan, and do some serious people watching), Motorino (my fave pizza joint!!) Fornino,(they have this truffle pizza that costs like a million dollars that’s worth it) Fette Sau (awesome BBQ place with really good whisky and wine) & Fatty ‘Cue (Korean BBQ soooo yummers)
After dinner drinks-Hotel Delmano, rooftop of the Wythe Hotel, This n That for crazy times, possible drag-queen shows, and karaoke... Brooklyn Bowl-live music, good food, and bowling, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Pete’s Candy Store, Output for crazy dancing, The Counting Room (I haven’t been here actually), Brooklyn Brewery,
Things to do-
Brooklyn Flea, Saturdays, and Sundays
Nitehawk-Dinner Movie Theatre, my favorite place to go, because you can eat good food, and drink nice wine while you watch your movie.
Go down to the waterfront and see the lil beach on Wythe and North 10th
Have coffee at Blue Bottle, or Toby’s Estate
Rent a CitiBike and ride around the hood.
Stay at home and watch an entire season of Breaking Bad in one night (oh, wait, that’s just me)
Places to shop
10 ft. single by Stella Dallas-vintage
Bird-designer clothing, spendy, but the go-to spot for gals in the hood.
Sprout Home-cool lil plants, and home accessories
Malin Landaeus-vintage clothes and shoes
Jumelle-sortof like Bird, very nicely curated
Shoe Market-my go to for shoes!!
Alter 140-in Greenpoint, but very cool stuff
In God we Trust-Men’s and Women’s clothes and accessories, fairly inexpensive jewelry
Please note: This is a Williamsburg apartment, so you can hear some noise between the spaces, so everyone tries to respect each other by keeping noise to a minimum especially in the evenings. If you are extremely noise sensitive or someone who needs to play music/tv extremely loud, this space is probably not for you.
This is a private home that has been personally decorated by myself with artifacts and treasures I've gathered over the years . Many items are fragile and I just ask that you be careful and respectful.
I strongly encourage you to enjoy the roof deck if the weather is nice, but please be mindful of my downstairs neighbors.
Enjoy your stay and have fun, but please be respectful of the apartment, furniture, and those around you.
No pets are allowed in the apartment.
Hello! I'm originally from Alabama, but have lived in New York for 14 years.
I love interior design, traveling, antiquing, good food, knitting, listening to music, and hanging out with my friends and family. I have a vintage jewelry and clothing pop-up store called Tiny Kingdom.