Cairns to Cozumel, Central Park to Prospect Park, there’s no port quite like this. 16th Street is a Three bedroom, two bathroom Brooklyn town home as pioneering as it is cordial, equal parts comforting-familiar and wildly uncharted. Soaring, rough-edged beam ceilings and Aztec-inspired textiles murmur the promise of untouched delights, while stoic, structured geometrics and hard-edged lines pair purposefully with soft cushions, streaming sunshine, and sprawling, brave-new-world spaciousness. Don’t coop up below decks for this journey: abandon clean-cut creative for a secret slice of the untamed outdoors, a lushly overgrown back yard paradise itself well worth the trip.
Meet the locals
Your hosts are a fearless family with ties to home hearths in South America. Accomplished professionals in the worlds of fashion and finance, they’re just as suited to subtle, park-side Brooklyn as they are thrilling expeditions into the urban brush of the farther-flung boroughs and beyond.
Navigate this townhouse by way of the bright ground floor den, a creative space thoughtfully provisioned for all manner of amusing sorties. Upstairs, a rustic outpost, and a real find: the living room is a soaring, structured space, stylish and multisensory. Undone wooden beams draw the gaze upward from a massive, geometric area rug, clean-edged hardwood furnishings, and warm, spice-coloured leather seating. The terrain is only lightly outlined here, route unobstructed through to the peep-portal kitchen and on to the dining room, sweetly bright and patchwork-colourful.
Blaze upstairs along a lattice-screened stairway to the third floor and the unmapped delights of the master bedroom, where hues of adventuresome marigold and high-contrast Mesoamerican pattern work declare themselves against a palette of pristine white. With a cache of gracious bedrooms and yet-to-be-discovered washrooms, this valiant space may well be the perfect port to call home.
Park Slope South promises the finest of all things: close to the quaint, leafy heart of family-friendly Park Slope, it also edges on namesake Prospect Park, a magnificent, rolling green space and beloved gathering place for relaxation. With such a selection of stylish restaurants and audacious cocktail bars in the neighbourhood, be sure you don’t forget to explore Manhattan itself: simply set your compass due west (or rely on the D, N, or R subway lines at Prospect Avenue but a stone’s throw away).
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