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|information:6 months minimum: Electric Not Incl., Heat/Gas (approx. $85WiFi ($60/mo) Bi-week cleaning included|
Settle yourself into this cheery four bedroom family home in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. This apartment is spread over the top two floors of a 3-story townhouse (equivalent to the European 2 story). Hardwood floors, some of them with lovely inlay patterns, and high ceilings are combined with modern amenities to create the perfect apartment for a long or short-term stay. You will also have the convenience of a laundry room with a washing machine and dryer as well as a driveway where you can park a car if needed, an uncommon amenity in New York City.
Typical of the pre-war walk-up buildings in this area, the apartment features ornate ceiling and wall moldings and even an old fashioned claw foot tub in one of the bathrooms! You enter onto the 2nd floor, considered the "parlor level" of a townhouse, where you have the living room which opens via the dining area into the kitchen. The rooms are decorated with restraint, allowing you to appreciate the gorgeous grain of the wooden dining table, the decorative fireplace mantle and the unique light fixtures. The kitchen is made for a chef, with granite countertops, a stainless steel dishwasher and a Sub-Zero double-doored refrigerator. You also have a half bath and the laundry room on this level. Upstairs you will find the bedrooms and the full bathroom, complete with a bathtub and separate shower stall, ideal for larger groups.
This duplex four bedroom apartment is found on Quincy Street and Franklin Avenue in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. This location combines the historic beauty of the row townhouses and brownstones overflowing from Bedford-Stuyvesant and Prospect Heights to the West and South with the artisinal restaurants and independent shops from Fort Greene to the East. You may never need to use you kitchen with so many local fantastic eateries! Even Manhattanites trek to the nearby Dough (Lafayette Avenue & Franklin), acclaimed in the NYTimes for their yeasty doughnuts. To start your day a bit healthier, try the yogurt and granola at Bedford Hill, a great coffeeshop/bar with wireless Internet, the perfect "coffice". Lunch and dinner options range from Pilar Cuban to Nice Pizza (a French spin on the Brooklyn standard) and don't hesitate to grab a glass of wine at the NeroDoro cafe. The Brooklyn Flea, a summer favorite, is held within walking distance or subway stop away on Lafayette Avenue and Vanderbilt, brimming with local crafts and vintage items.
Of course, you can't spend all your time in Brooklyn even if you want to, and fortunately you are situated between two subway stations. The G is closest (4.5 blocks), running through Brooklyn to Queens, and stopping in the trendy Williamsburg with a connection to the L line for Manhattan. You can also reach Manhattan more directly with the C train at Fulton Street, only 7 stops to downtown New York!
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.