Natural state Along a tree-shaded street, Fort Greene Townhouse feels fresh. Inside the arched front door, the sitting room has wooden floorboards and beamed ceilings. There’s a deep-pile rug, and a bare-brick chimney breast for the ornamental fireplace. Six can sit at the dining table – under an opulent chandelier – and in the open-plan kitchen you’ll find wooden cabinets and a door leading out to the garden. A polished wooden bannister runs alongside the staircase, and at the top, the bathroom is to the left. Next door you’ll discover a pair of bedrooms, both with queen-size beds (one bedroom has a bare-brick headboard, the other has a vintage teal cupboard) and up again are the second bathroom and two more bedrooms. There are two single beds in one, and a queen-size bed, a desk and an antique cabinet in the other.
Meet & Greet
There is currently construction work taking place next door. Noise can heard from inside the home.
The fireplaces in this home are ornamental.
This home has air-conditioning in the sitting room and all bedrooms.
This home has a garden and terrace that are not pictured.
This townhouse is old and has unique creaks and quirks, especially the steam heating system, which can make noise.
The curtains in the second, third and fourth bedrooms do not completely block out daylight.
Since the onefinestay photoshoot, the fourth bedroom has been updated with a bunk bed. We will be taking new photographs soon. The bunk bed will comfortably sleep one adult on the bottom single, and has room for a further one adult on the top bunk.