|Minimum Stay||6 nights|
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4,000 square foot townhouse
* prime union square/east village location
* fully furnished
* built in 1836 with many original details
* high ceilings on every floor
* perfect house for families
* 5 bedrooms
* 3 full bathrooms
* expansive cooks eat-in kitchen with two ovens, large refrigerator, two freezers, dishwasher, breakfast nook, & balcony overlooking backyard
* two working fireplaces
* grand parlor floor with 14' ceilings
* master bedroom with king bed & walk-in closet
* ac units in some rooms
* laundry room with washer/dryer
* tv room with large flatscreen TV, cable xbox 360 with kinnect
* wireless internet
* large, private backyard with basketball hoop, great for families with children
* kid friendly/family friendly
* excellent location for public transportation
* 4 blocks to union square subway & greenmarket
* walk to shopping on lower Broadway and lower fifth
* featured in NY Times Home section July 10, 2008
* featured in Mary Carter Randolph's 'A Perfectly Kept House is the Sign of a Misspent Life'
Keywords: Townhouse, Townhome, Grand, Entertaining, Families
19th Century Townhouse in Manhattan's East Village. Gorgeous: soaring ceilings, hardwood floors & neoclassical moulding. Situated near Union Square, Soho, Nolita, Gramercy Park, the Bowery and Alphabet City.
Perfect for families & big groups.
Very nice lady introduced the house to us. So helpful. Beauty also.
We did not think place was to be so big as it was. Many big rooms. Also a patio in the back. Our two sons could play run. My husband had some various meetings of business during the day on 59 street and he was able to ride MTA train without a problem. Very convenient for him. We had good pizza very close to the house and veggie juice !
The house by itself was very well done. It was its own style. Big And grand etc. Not too expensive for size and beauty. And convenient.
Our family moved to St Paul from NYC 6 years ago. We bring the kids back to visit every year. This year they brought friends so it seemed smart to find a house swap or rent a home.
This place more than met our expectations. So elegantly decorated, so much personality. Really fun to have the place you're staying in have as much character as NYC itself (not an easy feat).
In the heart of it all -- took the gang to west village, washington square park, Nolita. Despite being so central , the place felt isolated inside (like we were in a big old fashioned country house).
The girls were devastated to come back to St. Paul -- fell in love with the fabulousness of NYC house and city.
Promised them we'd come back. And really hope we do.
We dropped our daughter off for her freshman year at NYU in sept. We have 3 younger kids and wanted to make it an adventure for everyone. Hotel rooms to accommodate all of us are $$$ and difficult to book without a ton of advance notice (not how we operate ;) ).
We stayed for a week. Place was huge and right on top of NYU. Younger daughter (16) excused herself from dorm room bed bath and beyond trips and ikea furniture building to shop in soho one day and east village the next for vintage boutiques (both are walking distance and I felt like she could go alone).
House itself is SPECTACULAR. Amazing creative space. Sumptuous wall paper, cool art). Boys got to take over the 3rd floor. Master bedroom is very dramatic -- all purple! An interior decorators dream but still very cozy. We loved having so much space
Our freshman was very happy to bring her orientation friends over for dinner before we went home to LA. (and I was able to shop for groceries at whole foods because it's only a few blocks from union square.
I'd go on. In short: very convenient, big, beautiful and a way way better value than the hotel alternative.
We, all eleven of us,our family, were at this home for a week. It was perfect. The house became our home. Early morning breakfasts, to getting back together in the evening before we went out to one of the many restaurants in the neighborhood with the StripHouse dinner being the Grand Finally. When we came back at night it was wonderfull to gather in the "parlor room " and hang out together. The Big Apple sucks you in and we did see more in a week than the seven years that I worked in the Pershing Square Building at 42nd and Park. Highly recommend this home and we hope to do New York part two sometime in the future and hope this property will still be available for rent. The owner is easy to work with and the contract is well laid out.
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My Standard Rate
6 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$10,000|
Cancellation Policy: 50% if you cancel before 30 days, if it's within 30 days, there is no refund.