YOUR BEST BROOKLYN HOME
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
You won’t be charged yet

I am just in LOVE with my apartment!

It is extra clean, spacious and just renovated!

I promise you would be very pleased to stay and feel at home the moment you step in!

The commute to Manhattan is only 25 min!

The space

My apartment is right on the border of the two parks, Leif Ericsson and Owl's Head which are usually filled with runners, bikers or just walkers enjoying fresh air. Leif Ericsson park has special constructions for a nice stretching out session. Shore park, located 3 blocks away is the most popular for stunning views of the sunset and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, among some of New York's iconic attractions, including the Statue of Liberty, the new World Trade Center, Staten Island's Fort Wadsworth, Brooklyn's Fort Hamilton Army Base.

Bay Ridge is bustling with gourmet restaurants of all flavors reflecting the multicultural landscape of this area.

I would love to help my guests around offering as much support as needed to navigate through New York and make them feel at home.

YOUR BEDROOM

Boasts a QUEEN SIZE BED with a very comfortable FIRM mattress, a closet, a nightstand, a mirror and a lamp.

Your room offers you an incredibly comfortable queen size bed with a comforter and big fluffy pillows, spacious closet along with a roomy nightstand. You also have full use of the living room, kitchen, dining room, bathroom and large patio. During summer months you'll have a uniquely outdoor seating and lounging on a private patio overlooking the park.

Your room is isolated and feels like a separate apartment. Whenever I am home, I am very quite, having a large space of my own you might not even see me quite often.

THE KITCHEN

Available for you to use freely. Self-serve complimentary breakfast is available: coffee, a great variety of teas, eggs, bread, cheese, jam, honey, and milk are provided. You are welcome to cook your own dinners, I will provide all the basics (olive oil, vinegar, spices etc.) If you need something specific, just let me know in advance. You're welcome to use the fridge for your groceries.

BATHROOM

Bathtub, shower, sink, toilet, blow dryer, shampoo and conditioner, curling iron, straightener.

DINING ROOM

Whether you wish to prepare your own food or order in from the plethora restaurants around you can always enjoy it in the dining room area.

The WIFI is very fast and works well from all the spots of the apartment.


What You'll Find

Bay Ridge is nestled between the curves of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and the Belt Parkway, though traffic noise is far from evident on its streets.

The premier residential thoroughfare is Shore Road, which bends with the shoreline and is stocked with trees on its west side, evoking images of Riverside Drive in Manhattan. The cavalcade of grand mansions is now accompanied by a string of attractive apartment buildings.

Life in Bay Ridge is a multiethnic affair, as the neighborhood has a rich cultural history, with populations of Italians, Irish, Russians, Lebanese and Polish, among others. There are also a number of Catholic churches, four of which have schools, in addition to synagogues, Greek Orthodox churches, Protestant congregations, mosques and Korean churches.

Other Bay Ridge facts:


Bay Ridge provides more "green space" per child than any Brooklyn neighborhood — 83 kids per acre of parkland.

The largest park, Owl's Head, contains rolling hills, walking trails, a playground area, a skate park, and stunning views of the New York skyline.

You can spot the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, which was featured heavily in "Saturday Night Fever." Opened in 1964, it was the world's longest suspension span.

The nearby Shore Promenade is a runner's paradise. It stretches 4.5 miles alongside the Belt Parkway and hosts frequent 5K and 10K races throughout the summer.

The gem of the shore is without a doubt the American Veterans Memorial Pier. It recently added on an Eco Dock, a $1.1 million storm-resilient dock which will be used for educational programming and recreational boating.

The new kid on the block, Coffee Lab, opened its doors just two months ago. The trendy internet café serves coffee from Williamsburg roaster Toby's Estate and organic milk from Whole Foods' distributor. An "acoustic covers/YouTube artists" playlist hums over the speakers.

The Commute

Though Bay Ridge looks far from Manhattan on maps, residents say getting there is a breeze on express buses that take the Gowanus Expressway to the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel. The trip takes 25 to 35 minutes, depending whether the destination is downtown or Midtown.

The subway to Manhattan via the R train takes about 15-20 minutes from Bay Ridge Avenue to Whitehall Street downtown. You can switch to the N train at 59th Street (which is 1 stop or 7 min walk straight from my house) to go express. N train runs express and your 3rd stop would be Canal street in Manhattan. You can also switch to an express D line on 36th street which is a fast commute to the city as well.

YOUR BEDROOM

Boasts a QUEEN SIZE BED with a very comfortable FIRM mattress, a closet, a nightstand, and a lamp.

THE KITCHEN

Available for you to use freely. Self-serve complimentary breakfast is available: coffee, a great variety of teas, eggs, bread, cheese, jam, honey, and milk are provided. You are welcome to cook your own dinners, I will provide all the basics (olive oil, vinegar, spices etc.) If you need something specific, just let me know in advance. You're welcome to use the fridge for your groceries.

BATHROOM

Bathtub, shower, sink, toilet, blow dryer, shampoo and conditioner, curling iron, straightener.

DINING ROOM

Whether you wish to prepare your own food or order in from the plethora restaurants around you can always enjoy it in the dining room area.

The WIFI is very fast and works well from all the spots of the apartment.

I would love to help my guests around offering as much support as needed to navigate through New York and make them feel at home.

What You'll Find

Bay Ridge is nestled between the curves of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and the Belt Parkway, though traffic noise is far from evident on its streets.

The premier residential thoroughfare is Shore Road, which bends with the shoreline and is stocked with trees on its west side, evoking images of Riverside Drive in Manhattan. The cavalcade of grand mansions is now accompanied by a string of attractive apartment buildings.

Life in Bay Ridge is a multiethnic affair, as the neighborhood has a rich cultural history, with populations of Italians, Irish, Russians, Lebanese and Polish, among others. There are also a number of Catholic churches, four of which have schools, in addition to synagogues, Greek Orthodox churches, Protestant congregations, mosques and Korean churches.

Other Bay Ridge facts:


Bay Ridge provides more "green space" per child than any Brooklyn neighborhood — 83 kids per acre of parkland.

The largest park, Owl's Head, contains rolling hills, walking trails, a playground area, a skate park, and stunning views of the New York skyline.

You can spot the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, which was featured heavily in "Saturday Night Fever." Opened in 1964, it was the world's longest suspension span.

The nearby Shore Promenade is a runner's paradise. It stretches 4.5 miles alongside the Belt Parkway and hosts frequent 5K and 10K races throughout the summer.

The gem of the shore is without a doubt the American Veterans Memorial Pier. It recently added on an Eco Dock, a $1.1 million storm-resilient dock which will be used for educational programming and recreational boating.

The new kid on the block, Coffee Lab, opened its doors just two months ago. The trendy internet café serves coffee from Williamsburg roaster Toby's Estate and organic milk from Whole Foods' distributor. An "acoustic covers/YouTube artists" playlist hums over the speakers.

The Commute

Though Bay Ridge looks far from Manhattan on maps, residents say getting there is a breeze on express buses that take the Gowanus Expressway to the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel. The trip takes 25 to 35 minutes, depending whether the destination is downtown or Midtown.

The subway to Manhattan via the R train takes about 15-20 minutes from Bay Ridge Avenue to Whitehall Street downtown. You can switch to the N train at 59th Street (which is 1 stop or 7 min walk straight from my house) to go express. N train runs express and your 3rd stop would be Canal street in Manhattan. You can also switch to an express D line on 36th street which is a fast commute to the city as well.

YOUR BEDROOM

Boasts a QUEEN SIZE BED with a very comfortable FIRM mattress, a closet, a nightstand, and a lamp.

THE KITCHEN

Available for you to use freely. Self-serve complimentary breakfast is available: coffee, a great variety of teas, eggs, bread, cheese, jam, honey, and milk are provided. You are welcome to cook your own dinners, I will provide all the basics (olive oil, vinegar, spices etc.) If you need something specific, just let me know in advance. You're welcome to use the fridge for your groceries.

BATHROOM

Bathtub, shower, sink, toilet, blow dryer, shampoo and conditioner, curling iron, straightener.

DINING ROOM

Whether you wish to prepare your own food or order in from the plethora restaurants around you can always enjoy it in the dining room area.

The WIFI is very fast and works well from all the spots of the apartment.

I would love to help my guests around offering as much support as needed to navigate through New York and make them feel at home.

What You'll Find

Bay Ridge is nestled between the curves of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and the Belt Parkway, though traffic noise is far from evident on its streets.

The premier residential thoroughfare is Shore Road, which bends with the shoreline and is stocked with trees on its west side, evoking images of Riverside Drive in Manhattan. The cavalcade of grand mansions is now accompanied by a string of attractive apartment buildings.

Life in Bay Ridge is a multiethnic affair, as the neighborhood has a rich cultural history, with populations of Italians, Irish, Russians, Lebanese and Polish, among others. There are also a number of Catholic churches, four of which have schools, in addition to synagogues, Greek Orthodox churches, Protestant congregations, mosques and Korean churches.

Other Bay Ridge facts:


Bay Ridge provides more "green space" per child than any Brooklyn neighborhood — 83 kids per acre of parkland.

The largest park, Owl's Head, contains rolling hills, walking trails, a playground area, a skate park, and stunning views of the New York skyline.

You can spot the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, which was featured heavily in "Saturday Night Fever." Opened in 1964, it was the world's longest suspension span.

The nearby Shore Promenade is a runner's paradise. It stretches 4.5 miles alongside the Belt Parkway and hosts frequent 5K and 10K races throughout the summer.

The gem of the shore is without a doubt the American Veterans Memorial Pier. It recently added on an Eco Dock, a $1.1 million storm-resilient dock which will be used for educational programming and recreational boating.

The new kid on the block, Coffee Lab, opened its doors just two months ago. The trendy internet café serves coffee from Williamsburg roaster Toby's Estate and organic milk from Whole Foods' distributor. An "acoustic covers/YouTube artists" playlist hums over the speakers.

The Commute

Though Bay Ridge looks far from Manhattan on maps, residents say getting there is a breeze on express buses that take the Gowanus Expressway to the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel. The trip takes 25 to 35 minutes, depending whether the destination is downtown or Midtown.

The subway to Manhattan via the R train takes about 15-20 minutes from Bay Ridge Avenue to Whitehall Street downtown. You can switch to the N train at 59th Street (which is 1 stop or 7 min walk straight from my house) to go express. N train runs express and your 3rd stop would be Canal street in Manhattan. You can also switch to an express D line on 36th street which is a fast commute to the city as well.


Amenities
Internet
Kitchen
Wireless Internet
Breakfast

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check in is anytime after 10AM
Check out by 10AM

I would love you to treat my home as yours. What you would not do in yours, please do not do in mine as well.

I keep my house clean and my guests always know that they can walk barefoot. So, please, take your shoes off when you come in.

Sorry, no guests.

You must also acknowledge
No parking on property
Some spaces are shared - Bathroom and Kitchen will be shared. Kitchen is kept kosher.

Cancellations

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Fahiemah User Profile
June 2017
Anna's place was truly wonderful and she is an incredible host! Communication with her was easy beforehand and the check-in process was smooth. Throughout my stay, she was always easily accessible to help or answer any questions. Her apartment was immaculate and the bed offered a wonderful night's sleep. The apartment was centrally located - a few blocks away from several great cafes and about a 15 minute walk to the train. Anna herself was a wonderful host who was extremely gracious and kind. I absolutely adored staying with her and enjoyed her warm company very much!! She made me feel right at home and always welcome. I'm lucky to have found such a gem through air bnb!

Rasha User Profile
January 2015
Anna was a great host to us. She was very welcoming and she has a very kind heart. She was very respectful and caring towards our comfort. I would recommend my family and friends to stay with her. She is very clean and and concern about hygiene and that's one of the things that made me feel very comfortable. I consider her as friend who really took care of us and showed us around the city. We really wish if all the hosts through Airbnb are honest, carrying and ethical like AAnna was a great host to us. She was very welcoming and she has a very kind heart. She was very respectful and caring towards our comfort. I would recommend my family and friends to stay with her. She is very clean and concern about hygiene, which made me feel very comfortable. I consider her as friend who really took care of us and showed us around the city. We really wish if all the hosts through Airbnb are honest, carrying and ethical like Anna. Our previous stay with another was host who we booked via Airbnb and very disappointed and we honestly didn't want to use Airbnb again. But our stay with Anna made us change our mind and we are looking forward to plan our next holiday with Airbnb too. THANK YOU Anna for everything! THANK YOU Airbnb for being the reason behind our great experience with our host.
Anna User Profile
Response from Anna:
I love you too guys!!:)))
January 2015

Dan User Profile
November 2014
Very clean and nice room. Great host. Thanks!

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Anna User Profile
Hi, I'm Anna. I am a working professional, friendly, understanding and compassionate. I would love to help you make your stay in NY the best experience you had so far, guiding you through any information you might need being in a new place. I am sure you would love my apartment w…
Languages: Français, Italiano, Русский, עברית
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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