Don't miss this bright & sunny oversized Rent Stabilized studio apartment located on one of the most bucolic Prospect Heights blocks, available for a October 1st (or September 15th) occupancy.
This renovated corner unit has new hardwood floors throughout, an updated kitchen, a beautiful renovated windowed bathroom (refurbished cast iron bathtub and sink), and large windowsyou'll never get tired of the light flowing into your home through the Eastern exposure! As you can see in the photos (coming soon), the apartment has ample space for your bedroom, living room, dining room and office set-up.
The landlord completed a top-notch renovation, but kept many charming original details. The nearly eleven-foot high ceilings allow your imagination to run wild with interior designs and storage possibilities. The apartment also has two sizable closets.
The building is quiet, with just four units per floor. Only a few minutes to the 2/3 train at Grand Army Plaza and the B/Q train at 7 Ave (only two stops before Manhattan).
While living in this apartment, you'll enjoy being steps to all the best Brooklyn has to offer: Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, the central branch of Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the Barclays Center as well as hot spots like Olmsted, Tom's Restaurant, Faun, Chavella's, Barboncino, Ample Hills, and many others.
Laundry is right across the street, the apartment is cable/internet ready, and heat/hot water are included in the rent. The unit is currently occupied, so showings may require at least 24-hours notice and be sporadic (depending upon tenant's availability). Sorry, the NO PET Policy is strongly enforced! Gas for the stove is currently unavailable due to the utility company not issuing new meters for the past few months, but a hotplate is available from the landlord until the government resolves their issues.
Enjoy living in this home the size of many one-bedrooms in the area, while benefitting from minimal (or even no) rent increases for the life of your tenancy due to its rent stabilized status.
This apartment won't last, so email now to schedule a viewing!
Prospect Heights, one of Brooklyn’s smallest neighborhoods, is bordered by Fort Greene, Park Slope, Crown Heights, and, of course, Prospect Park. Prospect Heights, emerging from the shadow of its affluent neighbor, Park Slope, has developed a unique personality all its own. Prospect Heights is known its hybrid Old/New Brooklyn feel. Here, prospective residents will find neighborhood standbys alongside new bars that err more on the hipster side.
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