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Bedford-Stuyvesant in the borough of Brooklyn, New York sets the stage for this three bedroom shared apartment. Walk up the stoop to floors one and two (known the ground and first floors in Europe) of the historic Brownstone building on Willoughby Avenue between Nostrand Ave. and Marcy Avenue. The 300 sq. ft. (approx. 28 sqm) shared space provides access to the garden backyard and a security system.
Take in the character of this home in a three bedroom shared apartment. On the parlor floor, you will have private access to Bedroom 1 and shared access to the kitchen and bathroom. A soothing blue colors the walls of the carpeted bedroom. Furnishings include a double sized bed, dresser, a small refrigirator and closet space that lines the wall. The charming open kitchen has a standalone island with breakfast bar seating and a distinct fireplace feature. It includes all of the appliances necessary for cooking your very own meals. Get ready for class or a night out in the bathroom complete with a shower/bathtub combination, WC, and a window. Be in touch with nature in the garden area in the back of the building. Bedroom 2 upstairs has a double sized bed and a dresser for storage space.
Join in on the diversity of people, restaurants, and activities that define Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn! Create your own personal touch to the neighborhood's artistic vibe, perfect for a creative mind. With so much to do in Bed-Stuy, here are just a few nearby suggestions: Pratt Institute (0.6mi/1.0km), a higher learning institution primarily known for programs in architecture and interior design. Find your next creative project or an antique at the Saturday flea market at Fort Greene Flea (1.2mi/2.0km or 3 stops on the G line). Start your morning off with a French-press coffee and house made inventive donut at Dough (0.6 mi/950m) on the way to class or work. Stay out with friends at One Last Shag (0.7mi/1.1km), a local's bar with a patio and craft cocktails. Try a BBQ sandwich with a cold beer at the Beast of Bourbon (0.3mi/450m).
The subway station at Myrtle-Willoughby Avenues (0.3mi/400m), offers the G train that gives access to Brooklyn. Heading toward Manhattan or Queens? Take the G train to Hoyt-Schermerhorn (Five stops) for transfers to the A and C trains.
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: Aaron C.,
Dec 06 2018
From: United States,
Apartment Share Rental: 5 months
Though this is a furnished rental, this space is a great option for someone who is looking for a great place to call HOME: the homeowner puts much effort on making you feel welcome and at home. This is the best that money can buy in New York City; the place of immense trade-off's; but with this posting you get a great location, safety, cleanliness, friendliness, parking, public transportation, parks, grocery, churches, shopping, community, and personal space (a fenced yard and patio, a perfect little getaway to get a tan, read a book, or have a micro vacation.)