575 3rd Street, Apt 5D

$3,750

Park Slope

2 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

1

Bath

4

Rooms

1,200

Square Feet

Available On
Immediately
Lease Info
Lease Term: One Year

1200 SQFT 2 BEDS ON 3RD STREET BETWEEN 8 & PPW, Beautifully Renovated * Spacious and Bright Two Bedroom home in Center Slope on PRIME Park block ! This apartment features Prewar Charm, hardwood floors, high ceilings, Modern NEW kitchen w/ dishwasher and Modern new bathroom. Sunny Open Living room / Dining Room, Large bedroom layouts, stunning views! Tons of closet space. VIEWS of Quintessential Brooklyn Brownstones and more from every room ! Well maintained Prewar, elevator building with live-in Super. PROSPECT PARK, restaurants/ cafes, amenities galore, close to transportation, all Park Slope has to offer A true VALUE ! Available now ! Sorry, No Dog building, Cats ok. Email me for a showing today.

Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 575 3rd Street

1920

Year Built

36

Apartments

  • Pre war Pre war

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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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