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|information:3mo min & 1 year max; Electric incl up to $50/mo; Other utilities incl; $150/mo & exit cleaning fee|
Experience the “real” NYC by living like a local in Brooklyn, New York with this one bedroom furnished apartment on Rockwell Place& Dekalb Avenue!
Set in the residential and ultra-trendy Fort Greene neighborhood, the one bedroom apartment sits on the top floor of a 4-story (considered 3-story in Europe) low-rise walk-up building with intercom security system. A laundry room is located on the same floor, shared with all residents of the building.
The modern home features hardwood floors, high ceilings, and arched windows that face the street. Upon entering through the main door, tenants will find themselves in between the living room and the open kitchen. The living room, decorated with wall art and potted greenery, provides a comfortable environment in which to relax. Amenities include a sofa, flat-screen television and a small wooden dining table for romantic meals inside. The kitchen provides tenants with basic cooking appliances to easily create their favorite meals, a dishwasher to easily clean it up, and cabinetry to store dishware!
The bedroom spans approximately 180sqft (16.7sqm) and presents a vintage-inspired interior of hardwood floors and exposed beam ceilings painted white. Amenities include a queen bed, ample closet space, and a small antique desk with two stools. It is even equipped with its own en-suite bathroom (toilet only, no shower)!
The popular community of Fort Greene, Brooklyn (next to Clinton Hill and Prospect Heights) has become one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the borough, thanks to its wealth of things to do, places to shop and eat, and its trendy hipster-nightlife scene. On weekends, locals enjoy shopping for fresh veggies and other goods at the Farmer’s Market (0.3mi/550m) in Fort Greene Park, or perusing knick-knacks and food stands at the Brooklyn Flea (0.7mi/1.1km). Don’t forget to check out Brooklyn Academy of Music (0.1mi/200m) and take advantage of its many purposes: catch a live musical performance, play, or spend your night watching indie flicks at the cinema!
Public transportation around New York City is easy from this popular location. Consider walking to the following subways:
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