If we’ve ever seen a home that was indicative of an Upper East Side experience, it’s The Antique Keeper. The lobby opens up to a Victorian-style home, which has been recently refurbished with period flooring, moulding and wainscoting to keep its original, turn-of-the-century feel. The rooms are no different: ornate furnishings, parquet flooring, and old Toulouse-Lautrec posters, while the pillows are some of the softest we’ve ever tested. The owners of the building also live on the ground floor, so they’re always on hand if you have any questions.
Home truths: *Prior to submitting a booking request, we'd advise contacting our MatchMaking Team so the dates can be double checked with the host
*This apartment does not have a buzzer system
*Pets are not allowed
*There's no lift in the building and the flat is three flights up from the entry hall level
*This charming, late 1800s townhouse is not a modern structure – think creaky floorboards and pipes
* The kitchen is small and a little outdated, but still good enough to prepare basics
*The fireplaces are only decorative
*There is a small additional tax payable to the host once the booking is confirmed
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