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This space-saving furnished studio apartment located near Greene and Clermont Avenues in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn will give you an authentic feel for Brooklyn neighborhood life. The apartment has a western exposure overlooking the residential street of brownstones. Located on the second floor (first floor European) of a classic walk-up Brooklyn brownstone with security system in Clinton Hill, you get the best of both worlds — proximity to Manhattan and an authentic NYC neighborhood vibe.
The murphy bed and loft area in this studio apartment creatively maximize the use of space and create separation and privacy for sleeping areas. The modernly decorated living room area conveniently transforms from gathering space to sleeping area by simply pulling down the king size murphy bed. When you want to entertain, just tuck the bed away for extra lounging space. The elevated loft area creates a cozy nook for sleeping, allowing for varied sleeping arrangements for guests or roommates. Below the mezzanine, there is also a large closet that is 4-5 feet deep for storage purposes!
Clinton Hill has a variety of new restaurants, bars and unique shops popping up every day. Urban Vintage is such an example, a unique combination of cafe and boutique, here you can enjoy comfort food and browse their vintage jewelry on offer at the same time. With the Barclays Center in the neighborhood, there’s always a concert or sporting event to take in so you’ll never lack for entertainment. When you want to enjoy the weather, Fort Greene Park has plenty to offer in the form of outdoor entertainment options. With tennis and basketball courts, fitness paths, nature centers, playgrounds and dog-friendly areas, there’s surely something for everyone. For the architecture buff, a stroll around Clinton Hill’s Historic District will not disappoint — from brownstones to mansions and Italianate and Beaux-Arts row houses, you’ll travel through time as you stroll around the neighborhood. Fittingly situated, the renowned Pratt Institute, founded in 1887 in Clinton Hill offers highly regarded programs in architecture, graphic design, and interior design in case you feel inspired to take your curiosity to the next level.
The C train at Clinton-Washington Avenues / Fulton Street (.2 miles/322 meters away) connects you with Manhattan while the G train at Clinton-Washington Avenues / Lafayette Avenue (.2 miles/322 meters away) will transport you to other parts of Brooklyn as well as Queens.
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.