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New York Apartment - 3 Bedroom Rental in Prospect Heights (NY-16053)

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$6,000 / month
USD6000.00
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Description
3 Bedroom Apartment Rental in Prospect Heights (NY-16053)
3 Bedrooms - Triplex, 3 Bathrooms - Sleeps 6

Known throughout Brooklyn as a prosperous neighborhood with legendary brownstones, Prospect Heights is home to this luxury triplex apartment with a unique architectural slant. Modern in design, this 3 bedroom/ 3 bathroom apartment spans 3 levels and includes many building amenities, from a 24-hour doorman coverage to an in-house gym facility. This elevator building also offers access to a shared rooftop terrace that has a covered picnic area, BBQs and even a playground!

Sweeping high ceilings and walls of windows give the apartment a loft-like feel; and each room of this three bedroom apartment has its own personality, with carefully chosen furnishings and splashes of vibrant color. From the living room on the lower level, you can step out onto the balcony that overlooks the calm backyard gardens of the neighborhoods. The fully equipped kitchen, the TV room (Bedroom 3) with a sofabed and large flatscreen and another bedroom (Bedroom 2) has a custom built-in loft bed with a single bed underneath. An en suite bathroom is also on this floor.

Upstairs, past the home office and laundry room on the mezzanine level, you will find the master bedroom (Bedroom 1) with a king size bed and access to a private terrace that looks west over the Brooklyn landscape to Manhattan. From here, you can directly access the building's common terrace. This bedroom also has its own full en suite bathroom, bringing the total up to three.

This apartment is situated near the Prospect Heights - Fort Greene border, off the intersection of Dean Street and Carlton Avenue. The charming Clinton Hill area is situated to the west. Considered by many to be the heart of Brooklyn, this area is home to many notable landmarks:

  • Barclays Center: home to the NBA's Brooklyn Nets, this arena also hosts concerts and sits above the Atlantic Terminal transit hub (.4mi/600m).
  • Grand Army Plaza: the monumental entrance to the enormous Prospect Park, this is also the setting for a weekly farmers' market and sits across from the Brooklyn Public Library, widely known among architecture buffs for its unique bronze gateway (1 stop away on the 2 train).
  • Brooklyn Museum: housing the second largest collection of art in NYC, this museum features the famed Judy Chicago work The Dinner Party (2 stops away on the 2 train).
  • 5th Avenue: if you cross over Flatbush Avenue to enter into Park Slope territory, a stroll down this thoroughfare will give you food for thought with its myriad eateries, from casual cafes and pizzerias to upscale bistros and cocktail lounges (begins 1/4 of a mile or 350m to the west).

This apartment is ideally situated for travel to other parts of Brooklyn or to Manhattan, being close to 3 subway stations to help explore New York!:

  1. Bergen Street: The closest stop, just over 2 blocks (300m), from the apartment, serving the 2 and 3 trains.
  2. Atlantic Avenue - Barclays Center: a little further, but giving access to many express and local lines: 2/3/4/5, N/Q/R and B/D (.4mi/600m).
  3. Lafayette Avenue: Here you can catch the C train (.4mi/650m).
Amenities:
  • Air Conditioning,
  • DVD,
  • Internet,
  • Laundry inside the apartment,
  • Dryer,
  • Balcony,
  • Terrace,
  • Gym,
  • Parking Space,
  • Pets not allowed,
  • Smoking not permitted,
  • Elevator
Extra bedding upon request: Queen Air Mattress, Child Crib
Location
Map: New York Furnished Rental - Dean Street and Carlton Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11217
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  • B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, 5 Trains to Atlantic Avenue / Barclays Center Station
  • C Train to Lafayette Avenue / Fulton Street Station
  • 2, 3 Trains to Bergen Street / Flatbush Avenue Station
Rooms
  • living room
  • kitchen
  • bedrooms
  • bathrooms
  • apartment layout
Living room
Features: Air Conditioning, Window, Sofa
Kitchen
Features: Open, E.I.K (Eat in Kitchen), Fridge, Oven, Dishwasher, Microwave, Freezer, Coffee maker
Bedroom # 1
Features: Air Conditioning, Window
Number of beds: 1
Bed size: bed (king)
Bedroom # 2
Features: Air Conditioning, Window
Number of beds: 2
Bed size: loft bed (single), bed (single)
Bedroom # 3
Features: Air Conditioning, Window
Number of beds: 1
Bed size: sofa bed (queen)
Bathroom # 1
Features: Shower, WC, Tub
Bathroom # 2
Features: Shower, WC
Bathroom # 3
Features: Shower, WC
Other

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.

Ratings & Reviews
3 Bedroom Apartment Rental in Prospect Heights (NY-16053)
Overall Apartment Rating (1) ? Overall Apartment Rating - The apartment rating is an average of each individual rating the apartment has received (not an average of the categories' ratings)
3.5 stars

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Apartment Experience (1) ? Apartment Experience - Clients' general impression of the apartment including, value and general comments and feelings about the rental
3.0
Location (1) ? Location - Clients' rating of the location of this apartment
4.0
Cleanliness (1) ? Cleanliness - Clients' rating of the cleanliness of the apartment
4.0
Condition, Comfort, Amenities (1) ? Condition, Comfort, Amenities - Clients' ratings of the details of the apartment including appliances and equipment, furniture and linens, size and available space, decoration/style, comfort of the apartment
4.0
Building (1) ? Building - Clients' rating of the building that the apartment is in including: Building appearance and condition, doorman/concierge (when applicable), access to apartment, extra amenities such as car park etc (when applicable)
5.0
Quiet/Loud (1) ? Quiet/Loud - Clients' rating of how quiet the apartment is, the greater the number of stars, the quieter the property. Please note that noise levels are especially subjective and can vary
1.0
Apartment Reviews (1)
Review by: Till S.,
Nov 09 2015
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 2 months

We stayed in the apartment for two months in the beginning of 2015. The apartment is great and very nice, though not very childproof (we stayed with two little kids). The apartment was very clean, except that we had a mouse in the kitchen cupboard. The big windows are nice and you get a lot of light even in the winter months, but when it gets cold outside, the heating is too weak and the apartment stays rather cold (for some days under 66 degree during the day). Unfortunately it was very noisy for several reasons. There were heavy construction works during the day directly next to the apartment. In addition, there is the fire department across the street and the police station around the corner. At night, you also hear the airplanes coming from and going to JFK, especially in the master bedroom upstairs. Apart from this, the location is great with many restaurants around and good access to public transport. The landlords were not very welcoming. We didn?t get the full deposit back, because we were told to have damaged something, we didn?t even notice (we couldn?t prove the opposite, so we had to pay).

Answer by: Apartment Owner
Nov 13 2015

Thank you for your feedback, Till. Indeed, the apartment is very nice, we are glad you liked it.

We do apologize that there was an intruder in the apartment, by way of a solitary mouse. We had never seen a mouse before in the apartment, as we keep it in meticulous condition and do not leave food scraps lying around. However, unfortunately mice are quite common visitors to NYC apts, and one deals with it as quickly as possible. We set a trap and have been critter free ever since. As far as the heating is concerned, it is true that it is a pre-war building with 16ft high ceilings. To heat it during January and February of this year must have been challenging for the wall mounted units. It is the same style of heating throughout each and every unit of this building. Boiler fed. As we know, the city experienced record-setting cold temperatures. This is a genuine concern, we appreciate your feedback, and have purchased a few small heating units for our guests if needed. However, the apartment is South-facing and receives tremendous direct sunlight for the entire day, heating the apartment more than sufficiently even in winter.

Regarding the construction, we arranged for a Skype date early into our negotiations, during which we made it clear that there was some construction taking place adjacent to our building. The construction next door is in its final stages, and has actually moved to the inside of the building, so is much, much quieter.
As far as airplanes are concerned, the JFK flight path is over Clinton Hill, Fort Greene, Prospect Heights, Park Slope and half of Brooklyn and Queens. We have never had a problem with this after living here for 3 years. The city is a noisy place, however our apartment is not directly on a street and actually faces the back of a church, so is relatively quiet in comparison to most places.

Regarding the security deposit, we want to assure you that we did not arbitrarily decide to make a deduction. We provided the necessary pictures and receipts to justify the deduction, which is the appropriate procedure according to New York Habitat, with whom we consulted, and who agreed that we were within our rights to deduct the costs of the damages from the security deposit. We informed you of our plans to do so prior doing it.

Best wishes,

Julie and Peter