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This bright and sunny one bedroom apartment rental is located in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant on Malcolm X Boulevard & Madison Street. The apartment is on the third floor (second floor for Europeans) of a three-story townhouse, is fully furnished, and in a calm residential area of Brooklyn.
The living room is spacious and illuminated with natural light. It has three large windows looking out onto the calm and quiet streets of residential Bed-Stuy. There is a gray couch that faces the mounted flat screen cable TV, a dining table with seating for two, and charming green plants that add a nice earthy tone to the room. The living room leads into the kitchen which has wrap-around mahogany cabinetry, marble countertops, and all modern appliances including a fridge/freezer, microwave, oven, and large skylight. Your bedroom has bright hardwood floors, two large windows facing the garden area, a double bed, ceiling fan, and two closets. Your bathroom has a bath tub, shower, W/C and towels provided.
Bedford-Stuyvesant, known more commonly by New Yorkers as “Bed-Stuy” is a decades-old Brooklyn neighborhood boasting beautiful 19th-century houses and destination-worthy eats. Check out Saraghina (0.6 mi/966 m), a charming pizzeria and trattoria offering up classic Neopolitan pies, pastas, and fresh market salads. The Brooklynite Gallery (0.4 mi/644 m) is a non-traditional exhibit space focusing on pop art prints and paintings with an urban edge. Project Parlor (1.8 mi/2.9 km) is a bar that caters mainly to students at the nearby Pratt Institute, and offers a huge backyard with outdoor seating, cheap drinks, and popular DJ’s.
The subway at Gates Avenue/Fulton Street (0.5 mi/0.8 km) will connect you to lines J and Z, while the subway at Utica Avenue/ Fulton Street (0.7 mi/1.1 km) will connect you to the A and C lines.
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