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Welcome to Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn! This is a furnished one-bedroom apartment on Malcom X Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue near Crown Heights. It is near the A and C trains, available to take you into Manhattan and around Brooklyn.
The one-bedroom accommodation sits on the top floor of a three-story (considered 2-story in Europe) classic prewar brownstone building with staircase. The living room and bedroom are separated by a kitchen. PLEASE NOTE that the bathroom entrance is located in the corridor by the stairs, right outside of the living room, but that whole floor is private.
Featuring carpeted floors and bright walls, the spacious living room (250sqft/23.2sqm) includes most modern amenities for comfortable living. Windows in the bedroom face a garden.
The entrance door leads to a modernly furnished living room complete with a full-sized sofa bed and one television. Other highlights here include a desk for convenient workload competition, two windows for ventilation, and a small black dining table. Windows overlook the street below.
A commodious bedroom presents light blue walls and dark wooden furnishings. A decorative fireplace adds old-world charm. Highlights include a queen-sized bed, closet space, dresser drawers, and two windows.
The separate kitchen includes some necessary cooking appliances such as an oven, electric burners, and refrigerator. Shelf space accommodates item storage. Granite countertops allow easy meal preparation.
A white tiled bathroom is located in the corridor by the stairs, just outside the living room. It includes one window for ventilation, one tub/shower, mirror, and toilet. PLEASE NOTE: The bathroom entrance is just outside the apartment, but the whole floor is private.
Bedford Stuyvesant (known as Bed Stuy to locals) is a Brooklyn, New York community quickly growing in popularity. A surge of hip shops, bars, and even art galleries have turned this area into a trendy hotspot for many young people. Listed below are some suggestions of what to do in the area.
For public transportation around Brooklyn and into other New York City boroughs, walk 0.5 miles (800m) to the Utica Avenue and Fulton Street station, serving the A, C trains.
Additionally, you may walk to Halsey Street, Malcolm X Blvd, and Gates Avenue for the B46, B52 and B26 buses.
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.
Review by: Caleb D.,
Jul 28 2014
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 3 months
Great stay, it was pretty close to all subways and trains and busses. But I would have loved to be closer to the L train. Nice interior of apt. No buzzer so you have you have to go let people in. But other than that is a okay place to stay!