Fort Greene

2 BD, 2 BA

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Adelphi Gardens at 438 Clermont Avenue, Unit G, is a light and bright, newly renovated two bedroom, one-and-a-half bath apartment in exciting Fort Greene. It offers up newly refinished hardwood floors, and a lovely kitchen, complete with new stainless steel appliances. Just two flights up to a smart, well-laid out home in one of Brooklyn's favorite neighborhoods. Laundry facilities are located on premises, and you are moments away from the vibrant cultural center of BAM, Mark Morris, TFANA, and Fort Greene Park. 438 Clermont Avenue is a gated community offering all the best of Brooklyn. Excellent investment opportunity or move into the home of your dreams!

Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 438 CLERMONT AVE


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Fort Greene, a tree-lined neighborhood in the borough of Brooklyn, is located directly across from Lower Manhattan and is situated just north of Prospect Park. Fort Greene is charming, thanks in part to its tranquil, brownstone-studded streets, while also maintaining a youthful demeanor. Home to many cafes, trendy boutiques, and famous performance centers like The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Fort Greene is a cultural hotspot for writers, musicians, and city dwellers looking for a pace that’s a bit more laid back.

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