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Highlights: Large private roof deck (over 500 square feet), working fireplace.
Location: State Street between Bond and Nevins in the Boerum Hill section of Brooklyn, near downtown Brooklyn
Size: 2 bedrooms, one of which is presently used as an child's room, one bath, approx. 1100 square feet.
Building: The apartment occupies entire second floor of a four-story brick co-op building, which boasts many pretty flowering plants around its entrance. No elevator. State Street is a classic Brooklyn tree-lined street, extremely quiet and picturesque, and it has made local news because of the extent to which inhabitants dress up the fronts of their homes with plants and flowers in the spring. There are several landmark homes further up the street. There are free laundry facilities in the basement and there is wireless internet.
Enjoy a 600 square foot private roof deck with patio and lounge chairs for relaxing and eating outside. The deck is above the 4th floor, 3 flights up. We hope to find renters who will be quiet and respectful of our neighbors. No parties please.
Interior: The apartment has an agreeable, homey yet sophisticated atmosphere. The living room is sunny, with windows facing south. It contains a large dinner table and a sofa. There is also a working wood-burning fireplace. The kitchen and bathroom both have ample counter and storage space. The first bedroom has closet space, a queen size bed, a built-in desk. The second bedroom is currently being used as additional workspace but can easily be outfitted with a full size bed.
Neighborhood: Landmark downtown Brooklyn locations are within short walking distance: the Brooklyn Academy of Music opera house and cinema; the Barclay Center, the Brooklyn Promenade, Fort Greene Park, Smith Street restaurants. The antique shops and Middle Eastern groceries and restaurants of Atlantic Avenue are a step away. The neighborhood is also one of the most racially and culturally diverse in the city.
All the subway lines are within walking distance as well, and average travel time to downtown Manhattan is 20 - 25 minutes. Midtown and uptown Manhattan can be reached by express subway lines in 30-40 minutes. It is also easy to hail yellow taxis making their way back into Manhattan on nearby Flatbush Avenue.
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