|Jul 01 2024
|information:Needs a month notice - 6 months minimum - Electric included - WiFi $68/month
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Located on the corner of Pulaski Street and Throop Avenue this one-bedroom bohemian style apartment is located in the neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, on the 4th and top floor (3rd floor in Europe) of a building with a rooftop. This apartment also comes with a washer and dryer in unit, and with juliet balconies.
In this one-bedroom apartment, as soon as you walk in, you feel right at home. You are immediately greeted with two grand Juliet Balconies that bring in natural light. This apartment is located on the top floor giving you great views of Bedford-Stuyvesant and natural light and air to flow. The main room combines both the living room and kitchen. In the living room you will find a sofa, a TV, and an A/C unit. You will also find an egg chair hanging from the ceiling for the perfect nook to relax in. The kitchen, located in the same room, has all white cabinetry, creating a simple, elegant look. The kitchen is equipped with a fridge, a dishwasher, and an oven with a stove. A small island separates the kitchen and living room, complete with two barstools. The bedroom is a continuation of the bohemian look with a full-size bed, an A/C unit, a TV, and three grand windows. The bathroom has a sleek elegant look, with smooth, gray tiles. The bathroom also has a shower, a water closet, a sink with space underneath for toilettes, and a full-size window. This apartment, with the exception of the bathroom, is covered in hardwood floors, and comes with a washer and dryer in unit.
Bedford-Stuyvesant, also known as Bed-Stuy, is one of the hottest neighborhoods to be in Brooklyn. Home to 19th century classic New York townhouses, indie boutiques, cocktail bars, and classic and modern restaurants, Bed-Stuy has constant action for anyone. If you are one for shopping, Bed-Stuy is known to have some of the most amazing vintage clothing stores and antique shops. Just 0.4 miles away (0.6 km), you will find the Myrtle-Willoughby Subway Station giving you access to the G line. Also, just 0.7 miles away (1.1 km), you will find the Myrtle Avenue Subway Station giving you access to the J, M, and Z lines. With these two subway stations in close proximity New York City is at your fingertips. Hop on the train and take a walk on the Brooklyn Promenade. You’ll have endless views of Lower Manhattan, alongside with the Brooklyn Bridge, the Manhattan Bridge, and the Williamsburg Bridge.