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|information:Electric included up to $50/month - $80 move-out cleaning fee - WiFi included|
This one bedroom apartment is a fully furnished rental located on the second and top floor (first floor in the European numbering system) of a walk-up building in the neighborhood of Ridgewood, in Queens. The building dates from the early 20th century development boom in this area and is located near the intersection of Fairview Avenue & Grove Street.
This apartment makes a great use of space, balancing an open-floorplan kitchen with the living room area in the main room and providing a separate bedroom. In the living room and bedroom, there is hardwood flooring, while the bathroom is tiled. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you 'll need to cook at home, including a four burner gas stove, oven and microwave and there is an adjacent dining area with two chairs. The 115 square ft (10.6 sq m) bedroom is furnished with a full bed, a large wardrobe with drawers and space for hanging storage, a flat screen television and has a window that looks onto a courtyard space outside.
Ridgewood is a dynamic neighborhood, with an exciting mix of different groups providing a valuable diversity that shows itself in the many shops and restaurants nearby. Traditionally associated with Bushwick, a fast-growing neighborhood to the south in Brooklyn, Ridgewood is one of the most urban parts of Queens, with many commuters to Manhattan as well as a distinct neighborhood identity. The quiet residential streets are lined with trees, making a stroll to the store feel a world away from the buzz of most of New York City. Just 6 minutes walking (6 blocks or 500 m) away is Grover Cleveland Playground, a small park next to a local school. At the same distance in the other direction is Rosemary's playground, another little park perfect for relaxing or reading a book in the sun.
It's easy to get to Manhattan or Brooklyn, with the M train at Forest Avenue / 67 Avenue heading south through Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant before crossing the Williamsburg bridge into Manhattan, providing stunning views of the city. This train provides access not just to work and play in Manhattan, but also to the rapidly developing neighborhoods along its track in Brooklyn, known for their eclectic blend of authentic Latin American shops and newer stores catering to the trendy young people moving to this area in increasing numbers. Either way, there's something for everyone nearby.
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.
Review by: Mike B.,
May 02 2015
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 2 months
Super apartment. Decent area only a few hundred yards from the M train, plenty of shops and amenities in the area. Area is quiet and safe.