Black and white Slope Overlook is all about contrasts. From the entrance there’s an open-plan kitchen and living room, where a pair of comfy black stools stand out against the white marble breakfast bar. In the living area, leather sofas in black and cream face each other below greyscale landscapes, and there are panoramic views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines from the balcony. The cream sofa also pulls out into a queen bed. Down the hall you'll come first to the guest bedroom and bathroom, then the master bedroom and its ensuite at the end. Both bedrooms are cool in monochrome, with black furniture contrasting white walls and framed black-and-white artwork. The master also has full-height windows and inspiring views.
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While babies, toddlers, and children are very welcome, parents should note that this home is not childproof.
This home comfortably sleeps three adults, with an additional queen sofabed that can be made up upon request in the living room bringing the maximum occupancy to five.
The minimum stay length for this home is seven nights.