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Prospect Heights plays as background to this duplex one bedroom apartment in Brooklyn, New York. Located on 7th Avenue and Carroll Street, just a few minutes’ walk from Prospect Park, the Barclays Center, and a number of other attractions, this furnished apartment is a great place to make home.
Upon entering this apartment, you’ll find yourself in the middle of a spacious living room, tastefully decorated in a contemporary style with large windows and access to a balcony that spans the front of the building, but remains sheltered from the street. At the opposite end of the main floor is the contemporary kitchen, fully equipped for all your cooking needs and featuring beautiful white cabinetry, exposed brick, and a working fireplace. An additional balcony can be found on this side of the apartment, furnished with an outdoor table and chairs, overlooking a well-manicured garden. Also on this main floor is a spacious bathroom, including a full bathtub and WC. The second level of this one bedroom apartment is home to the bedroom, complete with a desk to provide a work space, unless you’d rather lounge in the queen sized bed. A second bathroom with an Italian style shower and free-standing sink can also be found on this level, the fourth floor of the building.
Located in Prospect Heights, on one of the more commercial streets available means that you’ll have unprecedented access to the many shops on 7th Avenue; so many, in fact, that it’ll likely be difficult to decide where to start. From books to frozen yogurt, and everything in between, 7th Avenue is host to the stores you might need, and many more. Bareburger (453ft/140m) satisfies any burger craving; you can try the wilder side of New York burgers here with their wild boar burger and cafes like Konditori (.3mi/400m), which offers a selection of Swedish specialties, are all around. Grand Army Plaza (.6mi/900m), to the North-East features a triumphal arch that’ll make you think of Paris, just around the corner from the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.
Down the street, you’ll be able to hop onto the F or G lines at the 7th Avenue (.6mi/900m) station, bringing you easily to Manhattan, or to explore another New York borough.
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.