Our apartment is usually described as a 3.5 bedroom because of the many rooms in addition to the two formal bedrooms. One of the other bedrooms (the smallest) is set up as an office, and will be locked during the stay; the half-bedroom has traditionally been referred to as the "music room" and is now our children's play area, located just off of the large living room. The master bedroom opens into the living room via two large 1890s sliding doors, and one can watch the living room's big screen television from the king-size bed if the doors are left open.
The other bedroom is a children's room, with a bunk-bed, as well as a trundle bed. We typically do not use the top bunk, as the underside of the bunk and the trundle can sleep four young children comfortably.
The couch in the living room also opens out to be a queen-size bed, and another couch on the opposite side of the living room is easy to fall asleep on.
The sunny-in-the-morning kitchen in the rear of the apartment looks out into the interior courtyards of several other brownstones; it adjoins a large dining room where 12 can eat comfortably.
One bathroom has a bath and shower; the other has a toilet only, along with a modern front-loading washer and front-loading dryer.
There is ample closet space and bureau space for your stay.
The building is just a block away from dozens of restaurants and shops, including some of the Top 100 restaurants in the entire city. The closest subway station is about four blocks away, but nearly every subway line in the city is accessible via a short walk in any direction. It typically takes 25 minutes door-to-door to take the subway into Lower Manhattan.+ More