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The historic neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, NY is home to a one bedroom apartment near Fulton Street & Marcy Avenue. The low-rise walk up building has street exposure and a security system. Walk up four floors of four (considered 3 of 3 in Europe) for this furnished apartment.
Hardwood floors, exposed brick wall features, and large windows for light is defined in this one bedroom furnished apartment. Air conditioning flows through the living space that holds a TV with contemporary furniture. Leading directly into the open kitchen, bar stools are a dining option under the hanging light features. The kitchen supplies the cabinetry and cooking appliances suitable for home cooked meals. In the 90 sq. ft. bedroom (about 8. 4 square meters) is a full sized bed with off white walls and hardwood floors. An en-suite bathroom styles a shower/bathtub combination under a window with a WC.
Classic and central to Brooklyn, Bedford-Stuyvesant is a neighborhood with a dynamic community. Many classic brownstones and corner stores give an appeal that is iconic to NYC. A diverse location shines through in the culinary experience. A hidden treasure of Bed-Stuy is Saraghina (0.7mi/1.1km) the place for Neapolitan pizza in a rustic setting. Peaches (0.6mi/1.0km) is another favorite with Southern staples on the menu served with a modern twist. Bedford Hall (0.6mi/1.0km) is a cozy eatery offering American and Southern favorites with a homey feel. Super Foodtown is the corner supermarket on Fulton St. and Brooklyn Ave. for groceries along with many other stores located right on Fulton Street.
Get out and explore the other boroughs of NYC from the A or C train found at the Nostrand Avenue / Fulton Street station (0.2mi/400m). The A runs express and the C makes local stops including the nearby Kingston-Throop Avenues / Fulton Street stations (0.2mi/350m).
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.