This listing is for one apt, a 3 bedroom apt with 3 queen beds. These photos are for the smaller 3 bedroom.
If you want to book both apts for 6 bedrooms you need to book both apts.
The other listing is vrbo # 613527.
There are 2 apartments available. Both are 3 bedrooms. One is a upstairs duplex with 1 bath, the other is a 3 bedroom with 1.5 bathrooms and a yard plus washer and dryer. Both have all bedrooms with queen size beds. The triplex though is twice as large as the 3 bedroom.
Bamboo & pergo floors
0.2 miles from F/G train at Douglass Street Station.
Free YOGA classes while you visit at yoga studio 1 block away.
The Heart of NYC is only a bike ride away! The neighborhood has award winning restaurants, boutiques, bike rentals, kayaking, pools, all within blocks.
Vive Le Carroll Gardens! New York Magazine just rated Carroll Gardens in top 10 areas to live/work/play in NYC!!
The Brownstone Brooklyn neighborhood that was once an Italian stronghold is quickly becoming the city's Little Paris - fueled by a new French program at a local public school.
Neighborhood playgrounds have recently filled up with French-speaking tots - making it easier these days to find croissants than cannoli on Court St., where merchants have seen a surge in French families looking for favorite products from home.
French government officials estimate there are as many as 20,000 French residents in Brooklyn, more than in Manhattan, with the largest concentration in Carroll Gardens. Butcher John McFadden, whose family owns Staubitz Meat Market, has seen a surge in demand for French-style racks of lamb, boeuf bourguignon and filet mignon. 'It's doubled, tripled, recently,' McFadden said. 'It's good for us.'
Carroll Gardens' other main strip, Smith St., has become so French that restaurant owners launched a Bastille Day celebration. 'If you come to my restaurant on Saturday or Sunday, everyone is speaking French,' said Jean-Jacques Bernat, whose postcard-perfect French bistro on Smith St., Provence en Boite, has begun stocking special candies and other goodies, especially for the nabe's growing numbers of homesick expats.+ More