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Relatively small and home to many tree lined streets, Prospect Heights, Brookyln is also home to this two bedroom apartment with Northern and Southern exposure. Located on Atlantic Avenue and Washington Avenue, this apartment boasts proximity to some of Brooklyn’s most important parks, museums, and attractions.
Upon entering this two bedroom apartment, you’ll find yourself in a spacious living room outfitted with hardwood floors that complement the wooden doors and furniture that bring a typical Brooklyn charm into the entire apartment. A sleeping space can be made to accommodate additional guests on the double sized sofa bed in the living room. The wooden furniture throughout the apartment is complemented by the exposed brick in the kitchen, reminiscent of the exterior of this townhouse, and helps make this apartment feel all the more charming. Stainless steel appliances bring a modern convenience to this otherwise timeless apartment and ensure you’ll have everything you need to cook at home. Both bedrooms in this apartment are fully furnished and have closet storage space. The first bathroom features a full shower and bathtub, while the second features a WC. The outdoor terrace is the perfect space to relax outdoors, grill a steak, and gather with those that matter most. This outdoor space is a luxury that’s rarer than you might imagine in New York City.
Prospect Heights, bordered by Fort Greene and Clinton Hill to the North, is a burgeoning neighborhood. Home to establishments such as the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (.8mi/1.3km) and the Brooklyn Museum (.8mi/1.3km), this neighborhood can even stand up to the likes of Manhattan’s “Museum Mile”. The characteristic Brooklyn vibe of this neighborhood is reflected by the myriad of restaurants, boutiques, and monuments that help make up the neighborhoods rich New York culture. Fulton Street just .2 miles (350km) north of this apartment is home to a number of different bars, coffee shops, and restaurants that make it easy to try something new every day. From Emily (.3mi/500m), the wood-fired pizza restaurant, to Alice’s Arbor (.4mi/650m), where farm-to-table rules, Prospect Heights has something for everyone.
The Barclays Center (.7mi/1.2km) provides access to nearly every New York City subway line. You’ll have access to the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, R, and Q lines at this hub.
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