Brooklyn Townhome Rental Photos and Description
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 2 living rooms, sleeps 8
Charming duplex apartment with patio in landmark brownstone on quiet tree lined street. Secluded retreat where you will find peace and quiet after adventuring in the city, yet a short subway ride to Soho, Times Square theater district, Greenwich Village, and Wall Street area. Within walking distance of a wide variety of restaurants from ethnic to elegant, farmers market, boutiques, bookstores, library, grocery stores and breathtaking views of Manhattan, Statue of Liberty, and Brooklyn Bridge. Family neighborhood with access to playgrounds. Beautiful new Pier 6 Brooklyn Bridge Park has just opened down the street, directly on the waterfront, featuring water play, sand, grassy slopes and climbing. Nearby are Brooklyn Academy of Music featuring theater, dance, cinema, Brooklyn Art Museum, Botanic Garden, and Prospect Park with its beautiful walks, delightful zoo, carousel, and winter ice skating.
Check in/out: Check out is 10 a.m. Check in is 3 p.m. Luggage may be left or deposited outside these hours. We are flexible if conditions allow.
owner occupied: The apartment is the lower duplex, 2 floors, in a townhouse. I live in the upper duplex.
- children welcome
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About Kathleen Goldhirsch
We have lived here since Larry was in Brooklyn Law School. We raised our family here, and our grandchildren attend the same schools as our children. Kathy taught at Packer Collegiate Institute just up the street.
Kathleen Goldhirsch purchased this townhome in 1970
Why Kathleen Goldhirsch chose Brooklyn
In the 70s we were part of a a contingent of young people who loved old houses, the beautiful neighborhood, and who set about refurbishing these houses by hand.
What makes this townhome unique
This is a peaceful, tree lined neighborhood where you'll see lots of children and dogs. It's very family oriented. There are all sorts of interesting shops, from supermarkets to ethnic and elegant. A plethora of restaurants. The waterfront with the most spectacular views of Manhattan imaginable.