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|May 01 2018||Jun 06 2018||2||
|information:Cooking gas included, Electric incl. up to $100/month, Internet & Basic Cable included|
|Dec 02 2018||open||2||
|information:Cooking gas included, Electric incl. up to $100/month, Internet & Basic Cable included; 3 month min|
This fully furnished one bedroom apartment is located on the 2nd floor (considered 1st by Europeans) of a walk-up brownstone townhouse in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. The house is a New York landmark building that is set back from the sidewalk so you have a nice front garden area. The apartment is air-conditioned and has a western and eastern exposure.
The living room is made up of two areas. The seating area is elegantly furnished and features two windows with a view of the tree-lined street outside. The room has a decorative fireplace, artwork, sofas and armchairs to make you feel at home. It is the perfect place to watch TV or relax with a good book in the late-afternoon sunlight. The dining room area is accessed through an arch with double doors. This room has an entirely different ambiance as it features hardwood floors, a beautiful dark ceiling, red-ocher walls, paneled woodwork and a wooden dining table that seats four. The open bedroom area can be accessed directly from the dining room and contains a queen-sized bed. Two windows give a view of the gardens below and the terrace outside. This private terrace can be reached through one of these windows, and is decorated with patio furniture. As it has an eastern exposure the terrace is a lovely place to enjoy breakfast outside in the sun. The open kitchen is conveniently located next to the bedroom area and also has a window that opens onto the terrace so it is easy to carry food outside. Lastly, the classic bathroom with marble elements is situated next to the kitchen, and contains a bathtub with shower, WC and washbasin.
You can find the apartment at Cumberland Street between Lafayette Avenue and Greene Avenue in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn. Fort Greene is a historic area which is bordered by Clinton Hill to the east and Prospect Heights to the south. Apart from the beautiful low-rise houses and tree-lined streets, the neighborhood is famous for the Brooklyn Academy of Music, just 5 blocks west from the apartment, as well as its great parks and many excellent restaurants. Just 2 blocks north from the apartment you will find the beautiful Fort Greene Park. Brooklyn’s first park, it boasts the Prison Ship Martyr’s Monument, the annual Fort Green Summer Literary Festival, basketball courts and playgrounds. Here you will also find Dekalb Avenue, which has countless restaurants, bars and shops. Chez Oskar has great French food and Smooch Organic Cafe and Wine Bar is surprisingly affordable.
To commute to other New York City neighborhoods, you can catch a subway at any of the three stations nearby the apartment. Closest is Lafayette Avenue, just two blocks away, where you can hop on the C train which will take you to Manhattan in just 3 stops. About 3 blocks from the apartment is the Fulton Street station where you can catch the G train to Queens. Alternatively, you can also walk to Atlantic Avenue about 5 blocks away, which gives access to the B, Q, 2, 3, 4, 5, D, N, R & LIRR trains.
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.