39 PROSPECT PL, Apt 1

$2,200

Park Slope

Studio, 1 BA

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Studio

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Lease Term: Specific term

The studio is located on the garden level of our brownstone in historic Park Slope. Fully furnished with a queen size bed, breakfast/dinner area and sitting area. The kitchenette is fully equipped including toaster, coffee maker and microwave.Easy subway access to all major lines and walking distance to Prospect Park, shopping and restaurants.Wifi, cable TV and all utilities included in rent. Min of 30 day furnished rental. Also avail unfurnished for long term tenant.

Courtesy of: Halstead Property, LLC
Property: 39 PROSPECT PL

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Park Slope is located in northwest Brooklyn and is surrounded by Prospect Park, Fourth Avenue, Flatbush Avenue, and Prospect Expressway. Park Slope borders on the suburban side of city living, and is home to many young families, pet owners, and plenty of locally owned businesses. This laid-back respite from the city gives residents an opportunity to really get to know (and want to talk to) their neighbors. Park Slope’s neighborhood bonafides include: quality public schools, easy accessibility via public transportation, a bustling dining and retail scene, and a number of green spaces and community gardens.


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