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|information:Gas/WiFi/Cable & bi-monthly cleaning included - Electricity cap $50 - $300 exit cleaning
New York Furnished Rental Deals *
This New York 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom furnished apartment gives you a place to lay your head in the storied Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford–Stuyvesant. This Brooklyn apartment is located near the corner of Marion Street and Saratoga Avenue on the second floor (equivalent to the first floor in Europe) of a three-story townhouse. There is a security system and within the unit there is a washing machine and dryer. There is no elevator, and one bedroom is unavailable.
As you walk into the apartment, you will step into the living room. Here there is a sofa to relax on and a TV, a desk, and a dining table for sit-down meals. Attached to the living room is a separate kitchen fully furnished, containing appliances you may need for cooking from an oven to a fridge, as well as a toaster, microwave, and a dishwasher. The bedroom just around the corner has a TV and a single bed to watch it from. There is also another desk and an air conditioning unit. In the bathroom is a shower and bathtub combination.
Brooklyn boasts several iconic attractions. Located within a mile, or 1.6 kilometers of this apartment, several amenities work to make your stay comfortable. There are grocery stores and restaurants for late-night snacks. There are also convenience stores. Less than a block away is Marion Hopkinson Playground with outdoor courts and even a splash park for warmer days. If you are interested in learning, the Weeksville Heritage Center is about 0.9 miles (around 1.5 kilometers) away.
Just 0.4 miles (around 644 meters) away, both the Chauncey Street and Broadway station as well as the Ralph Avenue and Fulton Street, offer subway access to explore New York City. The former carries the Z and J trains while the latter carries the C and A trains. A little further out–around 0.5 miles (805 meters)–you can once again catch the C and A lines from Rockaway Avenue and Fulton Street.