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On the cusp of Queens, New York, is a one bedroom apartment in Ridgewood! This down to earth neighborhood has excellent transportation to connect to other NYC areas. In the basement of a townhouse built in 1901, this one bedroom apartment is fully furnished. Amenities include in-unit washer and dryer and access to a shared garden.
Right off the corner of Cornelia Street and Wyckoff Avenue is this one bedroom furnished apartment. An entry welcomes you with cheery colored walls and extra seating options. This apartment features all tile flooring in the open concept living space. There is a sofa and dining table for four that styles earth tones. The flat screen TV is mounted and has cable access for entertainment. The open kitchen provides upper and lower cabinets with full sized appliances that are perfect for cooking dinner at home. In the bedroom, a queen sized bed is provided with sheets. The carpeted space also contains a TV, windows, and closet space. The bathroom has a floor to ceiling shower with curtain to close, provided towels, and WC. Step outside to the shared garden for a breath of fresh air!
Within the borough of Queens and sharing a boarder with Brooklyn, is the central neighborhood of Ridgewood. Among these residential streets are corner stores and a slower paced lifestyle. Take your pick of Chinese restaurants for take-out or dine in including: Lee’s (0.3mi/500m), Zheng Chang Hong (0.1mi/190m), or Good Chinese (0.2mi/400m). Whipping up creative pastries and cakes is Angela’s Bakery (0.3mi/450m) for traditional Dominican baked goods. For a unique and cozy space, Creative Crepe & Coffee (0.2mi/250m) is the place to go for a wide variety of hand whipped crepes and coffees. Bridge and Tunnel Brewery (0.5mi/850m) can provide the atmosphere for friendly conversations over creative craft beers. Finally, Wyckoff Food Bazaar Supermarket (0.1mi/240m) can offer traditional goods as well as international items.
Right off of Myrtle and Wyckoff Avenues (0.3mi/450m) you have the L and the M trains to service Brooklyn and into Manhattan. Halsey Street / Wyckoff Avenue (0.3mi/550m) is also a nearby station to catch the L train.
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.