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This 1-bedroom apartment is located on the 1st floor (considered ground floor by Europeans) of a 4-story walk-up rowhouse from the 1930s in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. The living room of the apartment has two windows with a southwest exposure of the tree-lined street outside.
The front room features a working fireplace, hardwood floors and some tasteful decorative paintings and vintage posters. Here you have a comfortable queen-sized sofa bed and armchair that face a wall mounted flat-screen TV with access available to Apple TV, as well as a desk and cabinet. The kitchen is open to the living area and has wooden cabinets and is equipped with an oven with stove, fridge plus freezer, coffee maker and toaster. The bedroom has two windows with an eastern exposure of the neighboring house, and includes a double bed, mirror, dresser and closet space.
You can find the one bedroom apartment on Park Place between Flatbush Avenue and Vanderbilt Avenue in the historic district of the Prospect Height neighborhood in New York City. This district is famous for its Neo-Grec and Italianate rowhouses. Just 2 blocks to the south of the apartment you will find Grand Army Plaza, where a green market is held every Saturday with fresh produce from local farmers. Grand Army Plaza is also the main entrance to Prospect Park, where you can find the Prospect Park Zoo, Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Botanic Garden. In the summer the park becomes home to many outdoor festivals and concerts. Furthermore, Prospect Heights boasts a lively restaurant, bar and cafe scene. Joyce Bakeshop just down the street from the apartment has good coffee and delectable baked goods, and if you head up one block from here you will find Amorina, which boasts great Italian food. The neighboring districts of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill are also popular spots to eat and shop. There are two subway stations nearby for a convenient commute to other neighborhoods in New York. You can take the B or Q trains at 7 Avenue, 1 block from the apartment, which both take you to Manhattan in just 3 stops; or the 2 or 3 trains at Grand Army Plaza, 2 blocks from the apartment.
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.