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The charm of the thousands of historic homes and brownstones that Bedford-stuyvesant is lined with, combined with its location only four subway stops away from Lower Manhattan make this four bedroom apartment share an attractive option for your stay in New York! Located at Reid Avenue & Putnam Avenue in Brooklyn, on the 3rd floor (considered 2nd by Europeans) of a four-story walk-up low-rise building, this apartment with windows in every room has a northeastern exposure offering a clear view on the surrounding buildings. You will also be sure to appreciate the convenience of the laundromat located on the ground floor of your building.
The rooms for rent feature a TV with cable access, so you won't have to fight with your roommates about what to watch! They also have a dresser and a closet to store your belongings. Bedroom #1 has a full size bed and bedroom #2 features a double bed and rosy pink walls. In Bedroom #4, you will find sunny yellow walls and a double bed. All rooms have easy-to-clean laminate flooring. The kitchen and bathroom are shared with your roommates. The kitchen is equipped with all the basic amenities to cook your meals at home, and the tiled bathroom has a bathtub/shower and two cabinets for storage.
Take advantage of your stay in Bedford Stuyvesant, known by locals as Bed-Stuy, to discover some of New York City's loveliest brownstones. And nowhere are these more abundant than in and around the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District, starting 4 blocks south at Macon Street (about 320 meters). If you like to dine-out, this neighborhood offers plenty of options. For Italian cuisine, walk 0.5 miles (800 meters) to Saraghina's, called by some the "best Italian restaurant in New York City". Slightly further (0.6 miles or about 960 m) on Lewis Avenue, a friendly cafe named Bread Stuy serves iced chai tea and terrific banana bread. The biggest shopping destination is at Fulton Street and Nostrand Avenue, a kind of outdoor mall complete with fast food chains.
One of the great advantages of these rooms for rent are the easy access to Manhattan. The J line at Gates Avenue / Broadway and the A at Utica Avenue / Fulton Street both offer express service to Manhattan so you will be there in no time! The A train runs all the way to Harlem through Tribeca, Chelsea and the Upper West Side. Take it to the opposite direction to JFK airport or the beaches of Far Rockaway on the Atlantic Ocean!
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.