NOTE - This apartment is located at 193 Clinton Ave which is part of the same co-op and located directly across the courtyard.
193 Clinton Ave #4H is the perfect combination of space, storage and affordability. This huge apartment has been converted into a true two bedroom and you will never run out of storage with its four sets of closets. The apartment gets fantastic light throughout the day with its five windows and two exposures.
The windowed kitchen is in great shape including brand new cabinet doors and the master bedroom is enormous at over 200 square feet - enough room for a king size bed with space left over for a desk, extra dressers or anything else you may need. Every window in the building was recently replaced and paid for out of the co-ops reserve fund.
Getting around the city is a breeze with the G train, C train, B38 and 54 bus lines within walking distance. A Citibike station is also available one block north and another one block south of the building. Maybe best of all, the new Wegmans is less than one mile away!
Originally built for workers at the Brooklyn Naval Yard in the 1930s, 193 Clinton Ave one of the citys best co-ops and situated in beautiful Clinton Hill. The building features two elevators, a common laundry room and live in super. The building is part of the Clinton Hill Co-ops which collectively share a common courtyard with 24/7 security.
Dimensions are approximate.
Clinton Hill, located in northern-central Brooklyn, is bordered by Williamsburg, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Prospect Heights, and Fort Greene. Clinton Hill’s numerous brownstones and brick row houses are home to diverse occupants, including students from the nearby Pratt Institute, working professionals, and the occasional celebrity. The neighborhood lends itself to Brooklyn’s overall artistic vibe (without being too bohemian) and is decidedly laid back in nature.
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