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Enjoy the tree-lined public spaces and famous flea markets of Fort Greene in Brooklyn from this room for rent located on Washington Park and Willoughby Ave. This private room is rented separately, and situated in a shared five-bedroom walk-up brownstone building with an in-home gym!
Please note that this is a private room for rent in a shared apartment. The room is rented privately, and the living room, kitchen, and bathroom are shared with roommates.
Bedroom 1 is the private room for rent. he room has its own entrance area, with archways leading into the sleeping area, which is lined with hardwood floors and has large windows with views of the Fort Greene Park. The room is lightly furnished with a Queen-sized bed with bedding, a side table, and a chair. The shared living room has been converted into an at-home gym. The room has workout equipment, a yoga mat, weights, and a sofa. The shared kitchen has a dining table with seating, and is equipped with a fridge, freezer, toaster, and oven.
Fort Greene is a flourishing Brooklyn neighborhood with a unique charisma and charm. The neighborhood is famous for its farmers markets and flea markets, and it brimming with lovely places to eat, drink and relax. Just out the door of the apartment, you will enter Fort Greene Park (16 ft/ 5 m), a local favorite place to get away from it all. The park is an extensive green space with tree-lined paths, picnic areas, recreational facilities, and more! Enjoy a drink at Lulu & Po (0.1 mi/200 m), a petite and casual venue with an eclectic menu of small-plate fare and craft cocktails. Fort Greene Flea (0.5 mi/800 m) is a must-visit while in this neighborhood! The famous open- air market has antiques, vintage clothes, crafts and street food.
The subway at Clinton-Washington Avenue / Lafayette Avenue (0.6 mi/900 m) serves the G train, and the subway at Fulton Street / Lafayette Avenue (0.4 mi/650 m) also serves the G line.
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.
Review by: Andreana N.,
Sep 23 2016
Apartment Share Rental: 3 months
The house is very dirty and in awful conditions, but my room was ok, and I should probably thank the landlady for the rest of my life for helping me improve my English. Not everyone may agree, but I think for this price this apartment is the best one can find in New York.
Answer by: Roommate Host
Nov 29 2016
I must admit I was hurt by Andrea's comments but I forgive her because I know her ability to express herself in English is very limited and as I see now completely lacking in diplomacy. She should have considered her choice of words more carefully in describing my home What she saw online is exactly what she received and she even had a friend come check out the living arrangements before she came. Granted the dining room table would often be crowded but messy and dirty elicits two very different feelings.This is a hard working and creative household and everyone definitely appreciated her doing the dishes from time to time. My family provided her with a beautiful and affordable living space this is our home not a hotel. She planned for her boyfriend to visit with her for a week which is clearly a violation of the agreement without offering any extra compensation. This living arrangement is a two way street and it is essential that both parties honor the agreement. I am very easy to talk to.