Brick home, comfortable and spacious. Centrally located. Have lazy days in a nearby park or walk a block to the subway or bus to explore the city. Large kitchen and bathroom.
Once the studio of famous Harlem photographer Austin Hansen, you can say you slept here. Private bedroom available. Fully furnished and you have your own private mini-fridge, closet, desk and ceiling fan. Shared kitchen and bathrooms.
I live in a nine-room house (not an apartment) with my adult son and cat. I may or may not have a couple other guests during your stay. However, I can handle it because my place is spacious, clean and beautiful.
Just a block away from public transportation going in every direction. In walking distance to numerous points of interest like jazz clubs, parks, libraries, museums, churches, theaters and more. There are lots of places to shop and dine so, if you like to walk, there is no shortage of places to go and things to do that are nearby.
I can only accommodate children over the age of 15 years. You can't go wrong with this one so don't hesitate to contact me.
Accès des voyageurs
For your comfort you have access to the kitchen, bathrooms, and living room.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
There is wi-fi.
1) Keep it clean.
2) Keep your stuff in your room.
3) No food stored in the room.
4) No noises and loud music.
5) Keep your door shut.
6) Paying guests only.
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I am energetic, cerebral and creative. A social butterfly who gets a kick out of meeting and learning about people. I love life and enjoy it to the fullest. I am open to most things like good food, a robust red wine and travel. I'll do it in style (plane, train, cruise ship) or I'll go cycling (motorcycle or bicycle), white water rafting, or camping. I'll try just about anything physical from martial arts to yoga. I love to sing but that doesn't mean that anyone wants to hear me do it. I am simply fascinated by the human race--our similarities and our differences, languages, thought processes, style of dress. . .
I love travel (did I say that already?) and have spent more time in Italy than any other place (with the exception of home) but I've been around a bit. And, while languages appeal to my soul fate has it that I am an American and like most Americans I am fluent in but one--English. I'm working on changing that.