Beautiful, sunny 2nd bedroom on a quiet residential block. Full kitchen, bathroom and private roof access with an amazing view. Conveniently located near restaurants, bars and coffee shops, and active nightlife- 2 blocks to L, 25 min to Union Square.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to the whole apartment and the roof. (Full kitchen, shared roof space, living area, etc.)
The bathroom is shared.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I'm a pretty friendly person but I'm very mindful of privacy so I'll pretty much let you set the tone. I love to share a meal but I'm also cool with allowing you your space.
I am always available to guests if you have questions, need recommendations, etc.
My home is LGBTQ friendly and (I hope) welcoming to people of all races, nationalities, and backgrounds. If that makes you uncomfortable you may want to look elsewhere.
There's one cat who is currently staying with me while her dad is out of town. She is friendly and inquisitive, but not a destroyer of property. I am pretty obsessive about cleaning because I'm allergic to her. (You can see pictures on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) @maslowgram.)
I wish this went without saying but in the spirit of just in case: My home is LGBTQ friendly and welcoming to people of all races and nationalities. If that makes you uncomfortable you may want to look elsewhere.
No smoking in the house, this includes pot, incense, scented candles, whatever. (Sorry, I have serious allergies and the smells stick.) You can totally use the roof or make friends with the neighbors using the stoop.
If you are using the roof think of it as shared space with the neighbors. They're really cool, chill people, but jumping up and down, or leaving beer cans everywhere is just rude. Be respectful and they will be too.
Pet suitability is negotiable but please lets talk about it first.
I'm a working grad student studying public policy and social justice. After spending too many of my formative years in restaurants my kitchen is the center of my home, although the book shelves are pretty important too. First things I find in a new city: coffee, chocolate and a book store.