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|information:1 month max-Electric,Cable & WiFi included;$75/week cleaning fee|
This two bedroom apartment is located on the second (considered first by Europeans) and top-floor of a townhouse built in 1910 in the popular neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It features a lovely south exposed wooden balcony/deck overlooking a garden on which you can sit and enjoy meals when the sun is shining, while the other side of the apartment features a north exposure to make the most of the sunlight!
The modern and tasteful interior design offers a harmonious mix between dark wooden furniture and black and white modern pieces, making the apartment into a stylish place to live in. Air conditioning cools the entire apartment, allowing you to face the warmth of New York’s summers and the rental is so pleasantly outfitted that you may not want to leave on hot days! For instance, enjoy relaxing in the living room on the comfortable leather arm chair that faces the cable flat-screen TV, just next to the built-in shelving lined with books. Wireless Internet access is also available. The open integrated kitchen comes equipped with luxury stainless steel appliances and utensils; eat your meals the wooden dining table seating four and leave the washing-up to the dishwasher! The apartment also features washing machine and dryer as well as plenty of storage room throughout the accommodation for your convenience. The master bedroom facing south and overlooking the garden offers a queen size bed and flay screen television with NetFlix access and a DVD player, while the second bedroom comes with a single size day bed, a desk and a flat-screen TV with cable access. A mattress is available to accommodate an additional guest.
Situated in Williamsburg, a trendy and artsy part of Northern Brooklyn, your two bedroom is found on Powers Street and Union Avenue, just one block away from the thoroughfare Grand Street on which you’ll find options to eat out or relax at several bars or art galleries. Try brunch at the charming French restaurant Le Barricou, just 1.5 blocks away; in the evening you can choose from over 20 craft brews at Barcade, just 1/2 a block down the street on Union, with plenty of entertainment provided by the classic arcade games lining the walls. Williamsburg is a much appreciated spot to go out and has a special spirit found nowhere else in New York City! If you need to reach Manhattan or any other part of the City that Never Sleeps, the Metropolitan Avenue – Lorimer Street subway stations on the G and L lines are less than three blocks away, take the short stroll and get to the East Village in only 2 stops on the L, or take the G to connect easily to Greenpoint, Queens, or Clinton Hill and Park Slope!
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