Montclair is a safe and charming town bristling with antique shops, boutiques, sidewalk cafes, and lots of ethnic restaurants that stem from Ethiopian to Peruvian covering every cuisine. Do your organic shopping at "Whole Foods", 1/2 mile walk. Walk 3 blocks to the Walnut Street train station and be in NYC (Penn Station) 40 min. and 4 stops. You might even get a celebrity sighting, i., Stephen Colbert or Justin Timberlake.
MetLife Stadium a 15-minute ride by car/Uber. Montclair Univ nearby.
Your room has a queen size bed with a memory foam topper for a heavenly nights sleep. Master bedroom size it measures 14'x13' , extra spacious with 10' ceiling and two big windows with lots of light. For extra comfort there is wall-to-wall plush carpeting plus a large closet.
THE CHARACTER OF THE BUILDING: Built in 1920s. It was formerly a hotel and had a speakeasy in the lower basement. Recently, every apartment has been completely renovated and updated with brand new kitchens and bathrooms. Large lobby and an elevator, there is a laundry in the building that's open until 11 p.m. that you can access with a coin card. Cost: $1.75 per wash and per dryer.
Weitere wichtige Infos
All guests must pay a $100 cash security and key deposit upon arrival.
Light cooking and simple preparation of meals
Must keep kitchen sink and counters free of dishes
Cat lives in apartment
Dieser Gastgeber hat 50 Bewertungen für andere Unterkünfte.Andere Bewertungen ansehen
Hello Future Guest:
Originally from Boston, of Italian roots and the mother of identical twin boys who live in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami, Florida where I lived for over 25 years.
I am a former professional entertainer, now retired and occasionally working in TV and commercials.
I enjoy meeting people from all over the world learning about their culture and their cuisines. My home is warm and inviting and hope to make your stay very comfortable. Sheena (my kitty) and I look forward to meeting you. :))
PS: If you are traveling by car, an parking/overnight permit is required and available through me.
warm regards, Dedee