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2000 Sq Foot Photographer's Loft

Whole home in Lower East Side, Manhattan

Hosted by Dave

What type of unit is this?

Whole home

How many guests can stay in the unit at one time?

6 guests

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How many beds and bedrooms iwll guests have access to?

3 bedrooms, 4 beds, 4 sofas/cots

Is the unit exclusively prepared for your setup, or might some personal items be present?

Not exclusively for guests

How many bathrooms iwll guests have access to?

2 bathrooms

Is parking provided? And if so, is there an additional cost?

No parking

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Dave accepts secure bookings through Houfy.

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What is this?

Spacious loft in Dimes Square - Lower East Side, with exposed brick and high ceilings. Loads of living space and a chef's kitchen. Great open layout for guests to relax and experience NYC living at its fullest. Close to multiple subway lines on the Lower East Side. .2000 sq foot loft space on the historic Lower East Side of Manhattan. Brilliant natural light is available from western, eastern and northern facing windows. Exposed brick, hardwood flooring and the original pressed tin ceiling in this 1914 warehouse building establish a quintessential NYC, Lower East Side flavor.

Spacious loft in Dimes Square - Lower East Side, with exposed brick and high ceilings. Loads of living space and a chef's kitchen. Great open layout for guests to relax and experience NYC living at its fullest. Close to multiple subway lines on the Lower East Side. .2000 sq foot loft space on the historic Lower East Side of Manhattan. Brilliant natural light is available from western, eastern and northern facing windows. Exposed brick, hardwood flooring and the original pressed tin ceiling in this 1914 warehouse building establish a quintessential NYC, Lower East Side flavor.

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