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|information:3 month maximum - Electric, A/C up to $100, Cable, Phone & WiFi included; $150 cleaning fee|
See a whole new side of New York with this one bedroom apartment! The 625 sqft (58 sqm) fully furnished rental accommodation is located on the second floor (considered the first floor by Europeans) of a four story prewar townhouse near the corner of Bergen Street and Washington Avenue in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. There is a security system outside for your protection.
You’ll love the authentic New York charm of the apartment’s real hardwood floors and exposed brick. In the living room, a sofa faces the flat-screen TV (complete with cable and a Blu-Ray player) and a closet provides convenient storage space. The roomy eat-in kitchen is separate, with a small dining table for two and all necessary appliances (oven, gas range, etc).
The bedroom is nice and homey, with a queen-sized (160cm) bed facing another flat-screen TV. A dresser and a writing desk give you lots of space to make your own! Two windows facing out to the street (North) let in plenty of light and air.
Prospect Heights is a vibrant and fast-developing Brooklyn neighborhood with lots to do for all tastes! The neighborhood gets its name from Prospect Park (.5mi/900m), a green oasis in the Brooklyn grid complete with meadows, woods and lakes. Right next door are the striking Art Deco Brooklyn Public Library (.5mi/850m) and the Brooklyn Museum (.6mi/1km), a hidden gem.
Hip local bars like the Bearded Lady (.1mi/190m) and The Way Station (.2mi/260m) are a great place to get to know the neighborhood. In winter, the Brooklyn Flea (.4mi/700m) moves indoors right down the street, offering craft brews, diverse local cuisine and excellent antiquing.
PLEASE NOTE: NO OUTSIDE FOOTWEAR IS ALLOWED ON THE WOOD FLOORS.
Getting around New York City is a breeze from this convenient location. Hop on the Subway at your nearby stations:
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.