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Live among the hipsters and trendsetters of Brooklyn with this one bedroom apartment in Fort Greene, Brooklyn!
This one bedroom furnished apartment is located on Adelphi Street and Park Avenue. It is on the 3rd American floor (considered 2nd in Europe) of a walk-up 4-story townhouse built in 2002.
Spanning 525sqft (48.7sqm), the railroad apartment offers a home-away-from-home setting with wood flooring and modern furnishings. On the west end is the living room, equipped with one large window. It presents a floral area rug and two sofas, one of which pulls out to a double bed. Also included are a cable television and a black dining table that seats four guests. The kitchenette is attached and open, offering such essential amenities as a fridge/freezer, coffeemaker, and an oven with four burners. Finally, the bedroom is located on the east end. Spanning about 110sqft (10.3sqm), it provides a queen bed and wooden dresser. Please Note: There is no real separation between the bedroom and the living room. The bedroom does not have a door.
Fort Greene, Brooklyn is a popular neighborhood of NYC near Clinton Hill and Prospect Heights. There is plenty to do here without going far: we suggest shopping at the Greenmarket at Fort Greene Park (0.5mi/850m), catching a concert or film at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (0.9mi/1.4km), and grabbing a drink at Alibi (0.5mi/750m). Students will appreciate its close proximity to St. Joseph’s College (0.5mi/850m), New York City College of Technology (0.9mi/1.4km), and Brooklyn College (4.7mi/7.5km). Looking to indulge in the mouth-watering food New York promises? Head out to Italian restaurant Locanda (1mi/1.7km), Middle-Eastern cuisine restaurant Black Iris (0.4mi/700m), or the always- loveable diner Mike’s Coffee Shop (0.7mi/1.1km).
Get around NYC easily via these nearby subways:
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.