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|information:Electric included up to $100/month, gas & wifi included|
This one bedroom is located by Macon Street and Ralph Avenue in the beautiful neighborhood of Bedford- Stuyvesant in Brooklyn.
Nothing screams classic New York then exposed brick in your home. As you walk into this apartment, this place offers you a warm and contemporary feeling. The fireplace, located in the center of the apartment, immediately catches your attention, making you think of warm memories, or new ones that you are about to make in this apartment. Aside from the fireplace, you have a fully furnished living room with a sofa. From the main living room, you proceed to the second living room which you can find a fully furnished contemporary full-size bed. In the kitchen, the ceiling gives you a warm feeling with a pop of color on the lights. The kitchen comes with a refrigerator and freezer, microwave, coffeemaker, and a four-burner stove with oven. In the bedroom, you are welcomed with another exposed brick wall and a fireplace. This bedroom is a fully furnished, full-bed. The bathroom comes with a shower, water closet, and sink.
Once the home of Jackie Robinson and Jay-Z, Bedford-Stuyvesant also is famous for is its 19th century townhouses, a true New York gem. Filled with Indie boutiques, French bistros, and Southern comfort food, Bedford-Stuyvesant is the neighborhood for the cultural individual. Three blocks away (.37 miles /.6 km) from your one-bedroom you have the Halsey Street station giving you access to the J train. Six blocks (.5 miles / .8 km) south you have access to the A and C train line. In Brooklyn you never get tired of seeing the old blend in with the new. Walking around the Brooklyn Promenade, you get views of the Statue of Liberty, the Manhattan skyline, the famous Brooklyn Bridge, the Manhattan Bridge, and the Williamsburg bridge. Each bridge connecting Brooklyn to Manhattan, you can either hop on the train or cab, or simply walk or bike across for a different experience. To continue the cultural experience in Brooklyn, walk to the next neighborhood, Bushwick, where you can find graffiti artists showing their work on most of the abandoned walls of factories there. On a perfect sunny day, pay a visit to the Brooklyn Museum and then to the Botanic Garden.