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Located in the amazing neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights, this one-bedroom apartment gives you an inside glimpse of a timeless brownstone façade with a twist of an eclectic vibe on the interior. Right on Schermerhorn Street, between Clinton and Court Street, this apartment comes with an active woodburning fireplace, and a terrace.
Brooklyn is one of the largest boroughs in all of America. You have all sort of neighborhoods you can think of, but true elegance and historic can be found in Brooklyn Heights. Brownstone buildings, on cobblestone streets, with trees lined up in order equally spaced from one another, forming a picturesque moment any time of day or season it may be. This one-bedroom 700 sqft (65 sqm) apartment is found on the third of the four floors of the building (second floor in European) in a townhouse that was build in 1846. Walking in, you are greeted with a 250 sqft living space (23.2 sqm in European). In the living room you have a sofa, A/C, TV with cable, a table that seats two, and an active woodburning fireplace. In the corner of the living room, right next to the fireplace, there is also a desk for the new work from home culture that came to be. In the kitchen, you have a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, and an oven with a four-burner stove. The 250 sqft (65 sqm) bedroom is fully furnished with a queen size bed, with sheets and windows overlooking the terrace. The bathroom comes with a rain-overhead shower, water closet, sink, towels, and a window overlooking the terrace as well. With the exception of the kitchen and the bathroom, the rest of the apartment is covered in hardwood floors.
Located in one of Brooklyn’s most prominent spots, this one-bedroom apartment is right in the center where everyone says you should go visit in Brooklyn. In the most scenic neighborhood of all, this place is just a 15-minute walk (0.7 miles / 1.1 km) from the iconic Brooklyn Promenade. From there, you have endless views of Lower Manhattan and the most famous bridge of all, the Brooklyn Bridge. Though the Brooklyn Bridge is just one of three, you also have the Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridge. Now you have options to walk or bike across to the borough of Manhattan or find a nice coffee shop or restaurant and sit and enjoy the view while dining out. The neighborhood of DUMBO which stands for “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass” is where you will find the most famous pictures of Brooklyn being taken, of the cobble stone streets and the red factory buildings turn into apartments. Without a doubt Brooklyn has a more relaxed vibe that the fast-paced life of Manhattan. In Brooklyn you let your artistic self out, which is not that easy to do in Manhattan. Now if you want to try and express your artistic self in Manhattan or the other boroughs of New York, just two blocks away, you have the Borough Hall subway station, giving you access to trains 2, 3, 4, and 5. Just two blocks away from Borough Hall subway station you have the Jay Street-MetroTech station with lines A, C, and F.