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This one bedroom townhouse in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, New York, is spread across two floors and 1000 sq. ft. (93sqm). Clinton Hill is historically known for its popularity among the social elite, and this duplex will give you just that vibe when you walk across its hardwood floors and mingle beside the stone fireplace in the foyer (living room 1). The windows are dressed in floor-length curtains; the walls are plush with artwork and mirrors; this apartment is inviting and rich in detail.
The ground floor is composed of the foyer, kitchen, dining area, and the bedroom. The bedroom also has a door to a balcony which enters the garden. Downstairs, you will find a more relaxed living area with a TV, mini bar, and plenty of lounging furniture. This living area also has direct access to the garden and patio. Connected to this room through French double doors, is another living area. With no windows and a queen bed, this area is the perfect alcove for getting some deep sleep after traveling. Or, if you’re looking for some tranquility away from the rest of the party, it has its own bathroom attached, so you never have to leave!
Clinton Hill is a great central area of NYC that gives you easy access to other trendy boroughs of Brooklyn such as Prospect Heights, Fort Greene, Park Slope, and Williamsburg. The distinguished Brooklyn Bridge is a short walk away (1.7mi/2.7km). From there, take a ferry down the East River and see Governors Island and the Statue of Liberty, or cross over into Lower Manhattan’s financial district to see Wall Street and the World Trade Center.
This apartment is only a few blocks from Clinton-Washington Avenues / Fulton Street (.4 mi/644m) and Clinton-Washington Avenues / Lafayette Avenue (.4 mi/640m) metro stops with access to lines A and C, both of which can take you into Manhattan. Also right around the corner (.2mi/320m), is Clinton-Washington Avenues Station, line G, which can take you into northern Brooklyn.
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.