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|information:Bedroom 1: Electric, Gas, Heat, Cable, WiFi included; $50/month cleaning; A/C is $20|
Live the complete Brooklyn experience in this room for rent in a shared three bedroom apartment in Bedford-Stuyvesant! Situated at the cross of Herkimer Street and Kingston Avenue, the room is situated on the second floor (First European floor) of a 20th century walk- up townhouse building.
Please note that this is a private room for rent in a shared apartment. Bedroom 1 is rented privately, and the living room, kitchen, and bathroom are shared with roommates.
Bedroom 1 is your fully furnished room for rent, with blue walls and two windows that allow plenty of natural light to flow inside. You will find a single bed facing the mounted cable flat screen TV, for your comfort and pleasure. There is a closet just next to the door and a chest of drawers under the TV for your clothing storage.
The shared living room is welcoming, with a blue sofa, opening to a fully equipped kitchen that has a coffeemaker, a toaster and an oven. The shared bathroom has a bath and a shower.
At the heart of Brooklyn, Bedford-Stuyvesant, or commonly known as “Bed-Stuy”, is a neighborhood that has grown and flourished in recent years, becoming more and more popular with New Yorkers and tourists alike. Between Williamsburg and Crown Heights, you will find all the facilities needed nearby. Across the street, there is the St. Andrew’s Playground (0.1 mi/160 m) with plenty of equipment to play sports, and relax outdoors. Continue down Fulton Street and take advantage of its wide array of restaurants and coffee shops. For example, the Capitoline Grounds (0.1 mi/160 m) features expresso, ice cream, and more. Just at the corner of Kingston Avenue and Fulton Street there is a KC Fruit Market and a Foodtown supermarket (0, 2 mi/320 m).
To commute, walk 0, 1 mile to join the Kingston – Throop Avenues subway station serving the C train.
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.