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In one of New York City’s historically significant, culture-focused areas—Bedford-Stuyvesant (Bed-Stuy)—this furnished apartment lives up to neighborhood tradition with six bedrooms and two bathrooms. This fourth-floor (equivalent to the third floor in Europe) apartment sits at the top of an elevator building near the intersection of Tompkins Avenue and Willoughby Avenue in Brooklyn.
The open kitchen comes equipped with an oven, dishwasher, fridge, and small appliances. The living room boasts a sofa. Divided by a bar, these two rooms share a hardwood-floored space and a little natural light from two windows. In fact, the entire apartment sans two bathrooms benefits from the elemental feeling of hardwood flooring. Each of the six bedrooms has a unique layout, a full bed, and is furnished in a modern style. The two full bathrooms continue the modern aesthetic and both have a tub/shower combination.
Speaking of the South, Bed-Stuy is known for Southern, Soul, and Caribbean restaurants. Many of the restaurants and bars offer live music. Bed-Stuy is home to around 8,000 buildings older than 120 years. You can stroll down the tree-lined streets and enjoy the crafted facades of historic row houses and brownstone houses. Tompkins Wash and Fold, the nearest laundromat, is a 200-foot (around 60 meter) walk from the apartment, and Herbert Von King Park, known for an amphitheater and public concerts, is 0.4 miles (around 645 meters) from this furnished rental.
Two blocks north, on Myrtle Avenue, you will find the Myrtle-Willoughby Avenue Subway Station, which services the G line. Five blocks east you will find the Myrtle Avenue Station, which services the J, M, and Z lines. Both stations are within 0.6 miles (around 1 km) of the apartment.