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|information:4 months minimum; Electric, cable & wireless Internet included; $75 move-out cleaning fee|
This fully furnished studio apartment is located in Bedford-Stuyvesant, a residential neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. The apartment is on the 2nd floor of a 3-story walk-up townhouse.
This fully furnished rental features wood floors accented by contemporary decor. The living area is separate from the kitchen, furnished with a queen size bed, television with cable access and a small dining table. There is a closet for storage and air-conditioning to cool the space in the hot months. In the kitchen, there is a microwave, coffee maker, gas stove and refrigerator in addition to all the basic necessities for cooking and a fold-out table in the corner.
Wireless Internet access is available throughout the apartment.
A wide window with northern exposure allows in light and looks over the street.
This apartment is located in Bedford-Stuyvesant, a historic neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York City. Fulton Street, just under two blocks away, is lined with shops, including a pharmacy, pizza shop, and other convenience stores. A supermarket is also just 2 blocks away.
Public transportation is particularly convenient with the A/C subway station just 1.5 blocks from this apartment, connecting you to the rest of Brooklyn and Manhattan with both express and local trains.
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: Amy H.,
Aug 27 2014
Apartment Rental: 3 months
I was surprised to find this apartment in one of the worst neighborhoods in Brooklyn. There were frequent loud and violent fights in the neighborhood, and often loud music and police sirens. The apartment was clean but not maintained well- for instance, there was an unfinished outlet with bare wires hanging out of the wall. It was cheap for NYC, but if I had known about the neighborhood and quality of the building, I never would have chosen this apartment. The pictures shown are not pictures of the apartment I stayed in. I was duped.
Answer by: Apartment Owner
Oct 15 2014
Hello Amy, I'm so sorry you were disappointed with the neighborhood. New York has many different neighborhoods that are diverse and vibrant. This neighborhood is under rapid gentrification. While things can be noisy at times, this is typical, not just for Brooklyn, but for most neighborhoods in New York. Street noise is typical to all big city neighborhoods. I'm glad you appreciated the cleanliness of the apartment. Thank you for your feedback, it will help me improve for the future.