Bushwick Beauty is a one-bedroom apartment with a giant open kitchen perfect for friends or families on vacation who want to feel like they have a home away from home. Can sleep up to 4 people comfortably with wifi, large screen tv and air conditioning to survive the summer.
Our apartment is a beautiful and new one-bedroom apartment. It comfortably accommodates 2 people in the living room on a queen bed and 2 people in the bedroom on a queen bed.
We have put a lot of time into decorating our space to make it appealing and cozy. All appliances are new and the open bar area makes the living room feel really welcoming. We also have a 42 inch flat screen tv that is hooked up to Hulu Plus and netflix for thousands of movies and tv shows. The bathroom is clean and bright with a full bathtub/stand up shower.
Our apartment is on the border of Bushwick and Bed-Stuy. I have a map of all the local restaurants and bars that are bike-able (such as little skips, Saraghina, Peaches HotHouse, Father Knows Best, and Flowers Bar).
We're less than a block away from the J train and a short walk to the L train, both of which take you straight into Manhattan in 20 minutes or to Williamsburg in 10 minutes.
My neighbourhood is undergoing a huge change right now. There is a lot of diversity from hipsters, to Latin Americans to African Americans. The neighbourhood is very safe, however it hasn't become very commercialized yet. There are lots more bars and restaurants in neighbouring williamsburg.
My apartment is very spacious with big bright windows, I know you'll love it!
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to the entire apartment.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I will be completely available to guests if they have any questions or need any help.
Guests are expected to leave the apartment as clean as they found it and no pets are allowed.
Please be courteous and respectful of my apartment and possessions.
I'm a radio journalist living in Bushwick/Bed-Stuy.
I've reported for NPR's Latino USA and WNYC here in New York. I speak english, spanish and what little french is left over from those mandatory classes back when I grew up in Canada.