It is mod go-go, a loft-like one-bedroom duplex designed by its occupant — French transplant, artist and designer Virginie Sommet — out there as a furnished quick time period rental for six to eight months. Its largest attraction is surely the inviting pond, large enough for swimming, with two waterfalls, within the lush landscaped yard.
The backyard is matched by a largely white inside with mod oval shelving — one among Sommet’s calling playing cards — black piano and nary a tough edge. A large rear deck with plexiglass window underfoot bridges the open parlor flooring and the backyard.
The backyard flooring can also be open plan and incorporates bed room, workplace and storage. Positioned on the underside two flooring of a circa Nineties Queen Anne brownstone within the Stuy Heights Historic District, the unit additionally has two wooden burning fireplaces, two full loos (one on every flooring), a clawfoot tub, dishwasher and laundry.
The $9,000 a month lease consists of all utilities in addition to weekly skilled cleansing. The owner pays half of an unspecified dealer charge, in accordance with the itemizing, from Chrisette Mignott, Perri DeFino and Morgan Munsey of Compass.
[Listing: 137 Decatur Street #1 | Broker: Compass] GMAP