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Located in the peaceful, tree-lined neighborhood of Ridgewood right near the Brooklyn-Queens border, this one bedroom furnished apartment rental is on the second of two floors (first floor for European) in a walk-up stone rowhouse near the corner of Fairview Avenue & Grove Street. A perfect place to come home to after a long day at work or exploring New York City, you'll find everything you need nearby.
This apartment, with hardwood floors throughout, has an open floor plan that provides seamless flow between the kitchen/dining room and the bedroom, which is separated by a doorframe from the rest of the apartment (note: there is no door between the kitchen and bedroom). The kitchen/dining room is equipped with all the necessary appliances, as well as wood-panelled cabinets and drawers and a dining area with space for four next to two windows that look out onto the courtyard.
The bedroom has two beds, one full (140 cm wide) and one single (90 cm wide), a double-wide chest of drawers, a large wardrobe for clothing storage, and a flatscreen TV. The bathroom is equipped with a combination shower-bathtub, a toilet and a washbasin with storage space below. There is also a window next to the toilet providing fresh air and natural light.
Ridgewood provides all the best of New York's convenience with none of the over-stimulation of Manhattan's crowds. A quiet neighborhood, Ridgewood developed together with Bushwick in the first two decades of the twentieth century, and the two neighborhoods are characterized by their stone rowhouses and tree-lined streets. A diverse mix of people gives both neighborhoods many different food and shopping opportunities, from natural food stores to authentic taquerias, and even hip bars.
Ridgewood is connected to the rest of New York City by the M train, and the Forest Avenue / 67 Avenue stop is just five blocks (500 m) away. Near the station are many shops, from convenience stores to super markets, so you can pick up dinner easily after a long day out. You can find a number of parks nearby, such as Grover Cleveland Park and Rosemary Playground, both about 6 blocks (500 m) away from the apartment.
On its way to Manhattan, the M train goes through the vibrant and rapidly changing neighborhoods of Bushwick, Williamsburg and Bedford-Stuyvesant, where inexpensive shopping and food meet the hip new stores catering to the newer, younger residents of the neighborhood. There are options for every taste around here, where the diversity of the neighborhood benefits everyone. In Ridgewood, you get the best of both worlds, New York's convenience with the calm environment of Queens to come home to.
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.