Space in New York is a limited commodity. Most people in the city of 8.5 million live in smaller than average spaces - and hotels are no exception to that rule. The average NYC hotel room is just 250 square feet, which can make a weekend trip feel like a trap. However, not all NYC abodes have cramped living quarters. Check out this 4,000 square foot HomeAway in the East Village that was previously an old synagogue. The three bedroom, two and a half bath home has been meticulously restored, with the new owners even paying tribute to the buildings storied past.
The property can be rented here for an average rate of $2,500 per night. Check out the video below to learn more about this historic home.