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This classic NYC one bedroom apartment in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn offers a comfortable and charming setting within a trendy NYC neighborhood. Conveniently, this home is just down the street from the F and G trains, taking you into Manhattan in just 3 short stops!
Located on Wyckoff Street & Hoyt Street, the contemporary brownstone apartment combines the old-world charm of exposed brick walls and decorative fireplaces with modern amenities for comfort and convenience. It sits on the ground floor of a 4-story walk-up building.
Please Note: There is no door separating the bedroom from the living room. As a result, privacy may be limited for larger parties.
Please note as well that some noise can be heard in the apartment from the people who live upstairs.
Hardwood floors, an exposed brick wall, and a white decorative fireplace decorate the charismatic living room. Here you will find such basic amenities as a wooden dining table, double-sized convertible sofa bed, and modern artwork. Two windows look towards a residential street, providing ventilation and natural illumination.
A compact kitchenette area is open to the living room. This space offers countertops, white cabinetry, and most essential cooking appliances, such as a gas stove, microwave, coffee maker and small refrigerator with a mini-freezer compartment. The elegant white-and-blue tiled bathroom supplies a sink with cabinets, full-sized tub/shower with curtain, and toilet.
A hallway with linen shelving leads from the living room to the bedroom. It includes a double-sized bed facing an exposed brick wall; the decorative fireplace has been converted, now housing cabinets and the small TV. Closet space, dresser drawers are also included. The windows look onto a grassy garden and patio area (not available to renters).
Boerum Hill, Brooklyn is a largely residential New York neighborhood near Cobble Hill and Gowanus. A truly lovely environment, it features tree-lined streets and historic brownstone apartment buildings, which have become a staple in NYC. For your convenience, a laundromat is located just around the corner on Hoyt Street. Along Smith Street you will find a hub of restaurants and small shops. Listed below are some suggestions of where to go in the area.
-New York Transit Museum: Are you a lover of trains? Check out this museum dedicated to the history and understanding of the NYC public transportation system. Located on Boerum Place at Schermerhorn Street. Accessible via foot.
-Sample: This charming wine bar offers an expansive menu of wines, beers, and cocktails. Located at 152 Smith Street. Accessible via foot.
-Cobble Hill Cinemas: This vintage-inspired cinema is a great destination during rainy days. Located at 265 Court Street. Accessible via foot.
For public transportation around Brooklyn and into other New York City boroughs walk to Bergen Street / Smith Street, serving the F and G trains. (0.2mi/290m.) Not only giving access to Manhattan, the G train is great for visiting other destination neighborhoods in Brooklyn like Park Slope, Williamsburg and Greenpoint!
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.