Dark wood meets mid-century design at this historic brownstone in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighbourhood. Your clever hosts have created a sense of continuity by utilising cohesive furniture, textures and colours – it feels grown up and like everything belongs in its place. We loved the kitchen – it’ll please even the most discerning chef with its gourmet appliances. There’s a balcony with a barbecue for tasty grilled lunches and a private garden, not only a rarity in NYC, but the perfect spot for a drink or two at sundown.
Your home is just over a ten-minute walk to Myrtle Avenue where you can catch the subway to the heart of Manhattan. Or, if you’d prefer to stay on this side of the East River, the rooftop bars, specialty coffee shops and intimate restaurants of trendy Williamsburg are less than a twenty-minute subw ...