|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|Sep 01 2018||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 2: Utilities Included; $50 exit cleaning fee|
|Jan 28 2019||open||1||
|information:Bedroom 1: Utilities Included; $50 exit cleaning fee|
Rent a furnished bedroom in this charming shared Brooklyn apartment. This 1st floor (European equivalent of the ground floor) four bedroom/1 bath apartment with rooms for rent is located in a 1930’s townhouse located near Dean Street & 6th Avenue in the popular Prospect Heights section of Brooklyn.
The apartment has hardwood floors throughout and classic townhouse character including high ceilings, large windows, crown molding and a decorative fireplace. The shared living room area offers a cozy space to relax with seating around a decorative fireplace and a flat screen TV for entertainment. Floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate the space in addition to chandelier lighting. The first room for rent (Bedroom 1) has a twin bed and a night table for storage topped with an antique lamp. A large window lets fresh air and light fill the space and air conditioning is provided in the summer. Closet space is available for storage of your belongings. The second bedroom for rent (Bedroom 2) has a double bed, night table and mirror along with closet space for storage. This room also has a large window providing natural light and fresh air plus an air conditioner in summer. The kitchen is shared and is fully equipped. Country-style wooden cabinets and decor combine with stainless steel appliances in this spacious kitchen. A wooden buffet with countertop and bar stool seating provide space for dining. The shared bathroom has shower and tub options along with a pedestal sink and toilet.
Prospect Heights is located in northwest Brooklyn and is a neighborhood where you can enjoy the outdoors, museums, shops and restaurants. For a day out in nature Prospect Park (.7mi/1.12km away), considered Brooklyn’s version of Central Park, provides expansive green spaces and plenty of options for recreation including jogging paths, ice skating and boating. You’ll also be close to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (1.3mi/2.09km away) where you can wander through paths with picturesque views of waterfalls and exotic flowers and trees. For an educational day out combined with NYC nostalgia, make a stop at the New York Transit Museum (1.1mi/1.77km away) where you can step into a retro NYC subway car and learn about the public transport systems that keep this huge city on the move!
Subway access can be found at Atlantic Ave/Barclays Center: (2/3/4/5/B/D/N/Q/R lines) and Bergen Street/Flatbush Avenue: (2/3 lines).