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This top floor townhouse apartment is designed to please, with a unique layout and design elements, like embossed tin ceilings in the kitchen, marble lining the bathroom and a skylight to illuminate the center room. The two-bedroom apartment has a floor-through design, and occupies the entire 3rd floor (considered 2nd floor by Europeans) of the building. Situated on 16th Street & 5th Avenue in Park Slope, the apartment has a great Brooklyn feel, and is just around the corner from one of the area's most popular thoroughfares.
This contemporary furnished, two-bedroom apartment has lots of natural sunlight throughout. Besides a stove and fridge, the eat-in-kitchen comes fully equipped with a dishwasher, microwave, coffeemaker and toaster. There is sufficient cabinet space and black and white tiled backsplash above the countertop to protect the walls from spills. In addition to the full size bed, Bedroom #1 features a decorative fireplace along with a desk were you can read or work. Not to mention, there is also a cable ready flat screen television. Bedroom #2 is cozier, with a double size bed and a closet, as well as a window that overlooks the street. For additional sleeping space the Living Room of the apartment and has a single day bed. There are coin laundry machines across the street as well as several washing and dry-cleaning services in the immediate area.
As a "Sloper", one has unlimited access to supermarkets, fruit and vegetable stands and a full range of ethnic restaurants. There is a gourmet supermarket down the street and a deli and groceries on both corners. This neighborhood is known for the New Yorkers, bringing with them hip and trendy style and feel as well as young families. Though it will always remain more laid back than its hectic city, life is vibrant here in Brooklyn. Located just four blocks away from this two bedroom, you can ice skate at Prospect Park's Wollman Rink or view exhibits at its very own zoo 1.3 mi (2.09km). Check out the itinerary for day and evening events, such as films and tours. There is always time for a run, game of football or baseball in the fields, or a picnic under the trees. Once used as Brooklyn's public park, on the highest point in Brooklyn is the nearby Greenwood Cemetery .8mi (1.27km). Known as a resting place for distinguished artists, inventors and politicians, (such as Alice Roosevelt, Samuel Morris and the Steinway Family); this gated cemetery has become a popular place for walking tours. For nightlife, Park Slope has its share of local (and some historically known) bars and pubs. Music and dance clubs are also popular. The Pavilion Theatre, a well-known cinema theatre is within walking distance .5mi (.8km) and there is also Brooklyn Academy of Music aka BAM found about 1.6mi (2.57km) away. There you can view plays, dance performances or even attend their galas.
Need some transportation? You can catch the R train three blocks away at Prospect Avenue / 4 Avenue or the F and G train is located 4 blocks away near Prospect Park West and 16th street. Buses run on both parallel avenues, running in both directions. If you wish to travel within Brooklyn or to Manhattan or Queens, subways run all hours and cabs can be easily called if needed. There are many taxi companies in the area that are prompt and reliable.
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.