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Located on the corner of 7th Ave and Saint John’s Place, this three-bedroom apartment is found in the neighborhood of Park Slope, in the historical borough of Brooklyn. This apartment is walking distance from Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, and Grand Army Plaza Subway Station.
This three-bedroom apartment is a duplex which occupies floor three and four (equivalent to floor two and three in Europe) of a four-story building that was built in 1900. Walking into the main living space, you are greeted with large windows allowing natural light to flow right in the room. You also find one of the two fireplaces in the main space. All three bedrooms have windows, and one of them has the second fireplace. In the kitchen you have an exposed brick wall, and it is equipped with refrigerator, dishwasher, and a four-burner stove with an oven and follows an open-concept living space. The bathroom comes with a tub-shower, water closet, sink and mirror, and a window. The whole apartment is covered in hardwood floors.
Park Slope is one of Brooklyn’s most promising neighborhoods. Filled with classic brownstones, and trees as high as the brownstones, it’s makes it the perfect place to take the most scenic pictures one can ask for. Here you will find indie boutiques and a nightlife scene that’s always thriving. Strolling down 5th Ave in Park Slope is the thing to do. Filled with amazing new flare restaurants and cafes, enjoying your time here any time of day is perfect. Prospect Park is also home to the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Botanical Garden. During the late Spring, Summer, and early Fall, you can catch concerts, and small local music festivals in Prospect Park. On any time of day, bring a blanket, lay down on the grass, sit and enjoy New York’s crisp air. To explore the rest of New York City you have two subway stations within close proximity. 7th Ave Subway Station offering you lines B and Q, and Grand Army Plaza Subway Station with access to lines 2, 3, and 4.