11 of the best New York homes to spend this Thanksgiving
By now you should know that we appreciate a cosy interior. These are our favourite homes with the best kitchens for November’s biggest holiday.
New York is arguably the Queen (or King) of holidays. From the infamous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, to the Rockefeller Centre Tree Lighting ceremony, this city does it all. And guess what? This year is extra special because both the parade and the lighting of the Rockefeller Christmas tree are falling on the same weekend. So pack your bags and stay in one of our beautiful homes this holiday.
Get away from the crowds and step into picturesque Park Slope and this beautiful 110-year-old townhouse.
If you do, however, dare to face the busy streets of Manhattan on Thanksgiving day, the iconic Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade starts just a few blocks south of this home. Get there early though, the parade kicks off at 9am sharp and goes on until noon.
Downtown in the Financial District, you'll get a bit more peace and quiet, especially in this characterful tenement build from 1900.
The subway tile backsplash pairs flawlessly with the traditional accents of the kitchen, such as the repurposed wood shelf or the gold-brushed faucet.
At Frida & Friends you can avoid the masses of tourists that are flocking into the city and instead enjoy this endearing Greenwich Village home, where the marble kitchen island elegantly flows into a breakfast table.
Who wouldn’t want to carve their turkey in this perfect loft kitchen, fully equipped with a chic kitchen island and a Smeg refrigerator?
This bohemian haven boasts monochrome-tiled floors and funky accessories at every corner. With a huge marble-topped kitchen island, it's the perfect spot to cook up a meal.
Bet you've never thought about hanging a swing in your kitchen.
Your instagram followers will love this home and it’s out-of-this-world views. Because…
This much-loved family home is within walking distance of Prospect Park and therefore perfect for families with energetic children.
This mystical loft in the heart of Tribeca is a world unto itself. Step into a fantasy of iron-wrought mezzanines, bold wallpaper, and fascinating artwork.
The Yolk house is not only super charming, it’s also located in one of Brooklyn’s hidden gem neighbourhoods. The New York Times describes Crown Heights as the place “Where Stoop Life Still Thrives.” Now that’s the kind of neighbourhood vibe we dig.