800 Cortelyou Rd, Apt 6E



3 BD, 2 BA

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Lease Term: One or Two year

**REDUCED BROKER FEE** Looking for LOTS of space and a great location? Here it is---1,300 SQ FT and PRIME LOCATION. Three bedrooms and two bath rental in the Ditmas Park/Kensington area, located in a well maintained co-op building. Newly renovated with a brand new kitchen, floors, and lots of closet space. The dine-in kitchen includes new appliances: large refrigerator, stove, microwave, and dishwasher. The apartment features an extra large living room & dining room, a king-size master bedroom with a full bathroom, and two queen size bedrooms. Northern and Eastern exposures and lots of sunlight! Conveniently located next to the F/G and B/Q trains and blocks away from restaurants, bars, and supermarkets. Cats and dogs under 40 pounds are welcomed. The building has a newly renovated laundry room. Sponsor unit- no interview required. Open house by appointment only.

Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 800 Cortelyou Rd


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Kensington, located south of Prospect Park and Greenwood in Brooklyn, is bordered by Ditmas Park. Kensington is a largely residential neighborhood, and a multitude of various housing types — namely, brick row houses, one-family Victorians, pre-war buildings, and even some co-ops. The neighborhood is known for its affordable real estate, making it an appealing alternative to nearby Park Slope and a desirable option for young professionals and families.

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