457 E 9th St, Apt 2



3 BD, 2 BA

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Available Now!Sorry no pets.This is a beautiful fully renovated 2 bedroom + office, 2 bathrooms in a townhouse house with washer/dryer in the unit, central AC/heating, private balcony, and 2 parking spaces (There is an additional fee for each parking spot)Details:This is a fully renovated 2nd floor townhouse. The living room is massive with beautiful recessed lighting and southwest facing windows.There is an eat in kitchen with a washer/dryer and plenty of cabinet space. The master bedroom has an ein suite bathroom with bathtub and southeastern facing windows. The 2nd bedroom is large with a spacious closet and northeastern facings windows. There is a middle bathroom with a modern standup shower and cabinets. There are plenty of cabinets throughout and a large coat closet in the entryway.Transportation:Close to the Q train at Cortelyou stop or the F tran at the Ditmas stop. the B103 buss line is close by.Area:There are plenty of restaurants, bars and shopping in the area.

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Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 457 E 9th St


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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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