The Collector’s Loft

Imagine all of the contents of a Maine roadside flea market transplanted into a cozy Brooklyn loft. Every nook and cranny of this loft is filled to the brim with old framed tin-type photographs, retro paintings, dusty books, antlers, old clocks, broken toys, and every kind of tool imaginable – hung on the wall! There’s a tree fort loft made from birch logs, a garden window lounge with a tiny stage, and a rock embedded floor under a clawfoot tub.

Square footage: 1,700 (Open loft room, bedroom, garden nook, kitchen, bathroom and a small sleeping loft).


  • Furniture, artwork and props as seen in the pictures
  • Piano
  • Tiny stage

The Aristocratic Apartment

A European princess visiting New York City would feel perfectly at home in this grand apartment. The lofty home is one half of an Upper East Side townhouse.  The flat has soaring ceilings, intricate ceiling moldings, three marble fireplaces, pocket doors, built-in window shutters, unique antique furniture, gorgeous woodwork, museum quality paintings, and curious objects d’art. A wooden spiral staircase off the parlor leads upstairs to a glittering bedroom with an Italian glass chandelier. A terrace with a spiral staircase off the dining area leads downstairs to a private garden. The townhouse also has a traditional staircase leading to the double door parlor entrance. From the massive ballroom chandeliers to the bejeweled taxidermy peacock (it was a former pet who died of natural causes), the eclectic décor is dripping with quirky glamour. At the end of the block is the lovely Gracie Mansion (the mayor’s residence), the Hudson River and the beautiful Carl Schurz Park. Note: There is also an unused dentist office in the basement of the townhouse that might be available for rent as well.

Square footage: 1,800 (Floor-thru parlour, open kitchen, dining room, one bedrooms, two bathrooms, terrace, private yard, hallway)


  • Furniture, artwork and props as seen in the pictures
  • 3 fireplaces
  • 2 bathrooms