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Gorgeous 3-bed house

Whole home in Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Hosted by Victoria, 5★ guest rating

What type of unit is this?

Whole home

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

6 guests

How many beds and bedrooms iwll guests have access to?

3 bedrooms, 4 beds

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

Exclusively prepared for guests

How many bathrooms iwll guests have access to?

3 bathrooms

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

No parking

Total price: $1,300.00
Security deposit (refundable): $1,500.00

Bright, stylish, three-story home in one of Brooklyn's most sought-after historic neighborhoods, available for a ONE-MONTH rental in July.

Bright, stylish, three-story home in one of Brooklyn's most sought-after historic neighborhoods, available for ONE-MONTH rental in July. Steps from the subway, a quick ride to Manhattan and a short walk to popular Brooklyn eateries, the Barclays Center and the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Ideal for family visits or small groups or for someone who needs a summer refuge in New York.

You'll have the run of our lovely home, which has a newly-renovated, airy kitchen and dining room and downstairs w.c. and shower. On the second floor is a gracious living room that overlooks a small park and the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom. There's a Peleton bike with a guest account if you are inspired to work out and a smart TV. On the third floor you'll find two bedrooms and a bathroom with a tub/shower.

We have a five-star listing on Airbnb. If you also have an Airbnb or VRBO profile, let us know!

Guest Reviews

5★ guest rating

AI-generated summary of reviews:

  • Beautiful and comfortable space with well-equipped kitchen
  • Great neighborhood and convenient location
  • Excellent host with prompt communication and helpful amenities

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