Over the past few decades New York has undergone more transformations than perhaps any other American city. At the heart of the city’s urban renaissance is Brooklyn. Brooklyn has gone from a baby-booming suburbia in the 1960s to a deteriorating afterthought in the 1980s to what it is today: A prideful conglomeration of charming low-rise architecture, countless authentic cultures and a decidedly unpretentious personality.
Brooklyn is now drawing tourists that venture beyond the Brooklyn Bridge into the artistic enclaves and ethnic neighborhoods that define the borough. New York Habitat accommodations go far beyond Manhattan’s borders–most often into New York’s most interesting borough with Brooklyn apartments.
Both geographically and culturally, the Prospect Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn has always been at the heart of the borough. Tucked onto Underhill Avenue, between Prospect Place and St. Marks Avenue is this sprawling 4-bedroom apartment vacation rental in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn (NY-12445). This apartment truly has one of the best locations from which to discover the borough. This flat is just a couple of blocks from Grand Army Plaza and its famous arch, Brooklyn’s answer to the Champs Elysees. Just to the south is the enormous Prospect Park, an architecturally-designed green space that rivals only Central Park. Adjacent to the park is the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens as well as the Brooklyn Museum which is one of the best museums in the United States. Oh, and the bars, restaurants, cafes and boutique shops of Park Slope are a short stroll away.
Now, finally, onto the apartment. This 4-bedroom accommodation’s signifigant space features a full-sized living room, kitchen and two bathrooms. The living room features a sunny window looking onto the street and plenty o’f room for entertaining. The open kitchen boasts cherry cabinets and stainless-steel appliances. Three of the four bedrooms have big windows and all offer a unique color and personality. Wood floors run throughout the apartment, a featuredifficult to find in Manhattan real estate.
Why is this 4-bedroom vacation rental apartment in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn a Hidden Gem?
If you’re interested in discovering Brooklyn firsthand, there isn’t a better starting point than from this 4-bedroom apartment. This location puts Brooklyn at your fingertips. And hey, Manhattan’s just a short subway ride away!