Elegant 2nd floor front facing studio in brownstone building with working fireplace located on a quiet tree lined landmarked block in prime Brooklyn Heights. Features include eastern exposure; large windows with wooden shutters overlooking picturesque Hicks Street; generously sized living space (approx 400 sqft); beautiful mantle; attractive moldings; high ceilings; recessed lighting; exposed brick accent wall; hardwood floors; kitchenette with studio size appliances (junior refrigerator and modern double burner electric stove top only); sunny and quiet; pets on approval (small dogs only); heat and hot water included and laundry around the corner.
The location is 1 block from the Clark Street 2/3 train, near the N/R on Montague Street and also close to the 2,3,4,5,R,A,C at Borough Hall. Close to Montague, Henry, and Clark Streets with a plethora of cafes, restaurants, grocery stores, gourmet markets, retail, Brooklyn Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge Park and other wonderful neighborhood hot spots and conveniences.
Unique Opportunity: Apartment can be rented partially or fully furnished. Barely used furniture is also for sale or previous tenant will give away. Broker fee is negotiable too.
Brooklyn Heights is located directly across the East River from Manhattan, and stretches from the old Fulton Street to Court Street. Brooklyn Heights is surrounded by Dumbo, Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill, and Boerum Hill. This affluent neighborhood has more than a few bonafide bragging rights: picture perfect views of the New York Harbor, Victorian-era brownstones, and proximity to the heavily strolled Promenade.
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