Walk one flight up to your private studio apartment on the second floor. Twelve-foot ceilings, the original wide-plank oak floors and some original moldings will keep you in a nineteenth-century state of mind, as will the old-fashioned hexagon tile floor in the bathroom, kitchen and dining area. An antique iron bed supports an all-natural latex mattress (like memory foam but not full of chemicals so you can sleep healthy!). Tall windows look out onto Jones Street; a small window in the kitchen reveals the buildings behind; and the bathroom window looks over a tiny side yard, bringing in more light. You'll also find a corner to read, a small TV and an air conditioner in hot weather, small closet and antique dresser for your clothes. Scroll down to see photos!
Enjoy cooking with specialty items from nearby shops and farmer's markets.
The First Floor Apartment
The first floor apartment is cozy and charming, original tin ceilings at just over seven feet tall and nice wood floors. This is a street-level apartment; the wide windows look out and up a bit onto Jones Street; and the bathroom window looks on a tiny courtyard. An antique iron bed supports an all-natural latex mattress. Antique dresser, a small desk and a corner to read complete your cozy den.