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|information:Current tenant may extend - Gas included - $75 electric for summer - $150 move out cleaning|
This Bushwick apartment has more than just three bedrooms -- it also has a second living room that can be used by guests as a sleeping alcove, a lovely separate kitchen with a dining table overlooking a backyard garden, and three closets! Situated on the 2nd floor (considered 1st floor by Europeans) of a 3-story walk-up townhouse, this Brooklyn rental has double exposure, with windows facing both east towards a backyard garden and west towards the charming townhouse-lined street.
The layout of the three bedroom/two living room apartment is typical of many Brooklyn row houses, with several doors offering entry into the apartment, as well as doors connecting the bedrooms and living rooms, offering flexible ways to accommodate different groups. Both bedrooms that overlook the street have their own entrances, providing an extra level of privacy, but also can connect to eachother or to the second living room (see floorplan). The main entrance leads into a hallway with both living rooms on the right, and the final bedroom at the east end of the apartment. The corridor ends in the kitchen, which has major appliances and special extras like a microwave, coffee maker and toaster, perfect to make yourself a meal to enjoy at the dining table nestled in front of the window. Three convertible sofa beds are available in addition to the two double size beds in the apartment, again offering you flexibility when you need it. Though this building has been renovated since it's construction at the turn of the 20th century, it still retains some of its charming features from the past, including bay windows and molded window sashes and ceilings. The rooms are simply but comfortably furnished and include some modest accents to give them some personality, but feel free to add more to make it your own!
Step outside your door and you will find yourself on Cornelia Street & Irving Avenue, on a residential street that offers larger thoroughfare avenues on either end. Knickerbocker Avenue, to the south, has several fast food opportunities if you need something quick, and to the north on Wyckoff Avenue, you have a supermarket for days when you prefer to cook at home. There are also plenty of other shopping and dining options near the subway station at the intersections of Wyckoff, Myrtle and Gates Avenues, only 4 blocks away. Here you have larger stores, a Duane Reade pharmacy, a fitness gym, restaurants and more! of course, it is also the perfect place to grab the train for exploring the rest of Brooklyn and Manhattan. You have the convenience of having two different lines in one spot: the L and the M. The L runs underground through Brooklyn to the trendy Morgan Stop (try Roberta's Pizza!) and the hip Williamsburg (8 stops), where there are tons of music venues, independent boutiques and a lively bar scene. The M train runs aboveground, offering awesome views of the NYC skyline as you ride (only 7 stops to downtown Manhattan!). If you feel like relaxing in your neighborhood, just take a stroll down Knickerbocker for 3 blocks and grab a bench at Irving Square, a lovely green spot where children and families congregate. Enjoy all the aspect of New York in this great three bedroom 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.