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This fully furnished two bedroom apartment rental is the perfect locale to experience one of Brooklyn’s most famous neighborhoods: Bedford-Stuyvesant. Situated on the second floor (third floor for Europeans,) of a low-rise walk-up building on Thomas S. Boyland Street & Marion Street in the heart of Bed-Stuy, this apartment is fully renovated, spacious, and conveniently located next to three subway lines.
You will feel right at home in your living room, with a wrap-around leather sofa facing your flat screen TV (which features free Apple TV), a sleek glass coffee table, two large windows, a decorative fireplace with a stylish brick wall, and contemporary wall art. Through the living room is your kitchen, fully modern, it has everything you need, including a fridge, freezer, microwave, coffeemaker, oven, toaster, and small bar area with seating for three. Bedroom 1 has a double bed with fresh white bedding, hardwood floors, air conditioning, a window, and a ceiling fan. Bedroom 2 also has hardwood floors, a double bed with a headboard, bedding, a clothing rack, air conditioning, and an en-suite bathroom. The en-suite bathroom has a bath tub, shower, and W/C. (Please note that this en-suite bathroom is the only bathroom in the apartment, and only accessible through Bedroom 2.)
Bedford-Stuyvesant is a historic Brooklyn neighborhood, boasting pristine brownstones, and due to a recent surge of gentrification in the area, coffee shops, cocktail joints, home-made marketplaces, and shops. Highland Park (1.5 mi/2.4 km) is conveniently located on a high plateau that straddles Queens and Brooklyn, making for stunning views of the Ridgewood Reservoir. It is a recreational haven for residents of Brooklyn and Queens alike; offering access to football fields, baseball fields, tennis courts, gardens, bicycle-friendly pathways, and much more. If you’re in the mood to sit back, relax, and enjoy a nice book, the Brooklyn Public Library (0.3 mi/483 m) is at your disposal. Check out Therapy Wine Bar (1.4 mi/2.3 km), a cozy joint offering up a great selection of wine, beer, cheese, snacks, and a sprawling back deck to enjoy it on.
The subway at Chauncey Street/Broadway (0.3 mi/0.5 km) connects you to the J and Z lines, while the subway at Rockaway Avenue/Fulton Street (0.3 mi/0.5 km) connects you to the C line; both lines taking you into Manhattan.
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