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|information:Utilities included (Electric+Gas+Heat+WiFi). $150 Cleaning Fee.|
Fort Greene is a New York neighborhood that is hard to pin down. Once defined by more suburban characteristics, it’s easy to find tree-lined streets of classic Brooklyn brownstones and row houses. As you head further west down the main strip of Fulton Street, the lines between Fort Greene and Downtown Brooklyn begin to blur with soaring modern high-rises and big box stores such as Target. In this furnished one bedroom apartment for rent, you will get the brownstone intimacy with the convenience of a cutting-edge borough, Brooklyn.
This apartment is on the third floor of a townhouse and has all the qualities you have come to expect: the wooden details, decorative fireplace, and large east-facing windows. The pre-war building is evident in façade only as the accommodation is renovated with contemporary materials that enhance the building’s beauty. An alcove kitchen has stainless steel furniture, a dishwasher, and lots of counter space. The one bedroom has a regal poster bedframe with columns reaching up to the high ceilings. Closets are abundant, perfect for the shopaholic in everyone. Around the corner from the bedroom is a small reading nook that leads to a full bathroom with antique elements such as a remarkable basin sink.
The apartment for rent sits on Fort Greene Place and Lafayette Avenue, at the trifecta where the neigghborhood meets with Prospect Heights and Clinton Hill, and which will place you two blocks away from Atlantic Avenue/Barclays Center where a number of stores from Target to Best Buy call home. This is also a major NYC train hub for Central Brooklyn- the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, R, and Long Island Railroad are all accessible here. Two blocks to the east from the apartment, you can catch the G train at Fulton Street. To the southeast is the A train at Lafayette Ave.
Aside from the obvious perks of transportation and convenience stores, Fort Greene is also recognized as a center for arts and culture. The Brooklyn Academy of Music, more commonly known as BAM, is nearby and presents a variety of shows, panel discussions, and films often created by members of this vibrant community. A few blocks north on Dekalb Ave, you will come upon a true restaurant row with trendy and delicious bars, cafes, and restaurants such as Wallabout Seafood and Walters for American fusion cuisine. In this area you are surrounded by two of NYC’s best parks- Fort Greene Park and Prospect Park which competes with Central Park on size and it’s more rustic feel. So abundant in activity and beauty, you will never be bored in this gem of Brooklyn.
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.