103 Bergen St, Apt Top Fl

$3,100

Boerum Hill

1 BD, 1 BA

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Available On
June 01, 2020
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Lease Term: One Year

Boerum Hill large loft like sunny one bedroom with dining alcove. The apartment has an open loft like feel with southern exposure wood floors nice light, renovated kitchen with dishwasher and renovated bathroom. . Just 1/4 block all that Smith Street has to offer and 1/4 block from the F train Bergen Street stop. A 5 min walk to Trader Joe's & Court Street shops and restaurants.The apartment has an open loft like feel, wood floors nice light, renovated kitchen and bathroom. Avail June 1, 2020 for move in. Cat OK small dog on approval. $3100 per month. The tenant pays gas heat & electric.

Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 103 Bergen St

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Boerum Hill is a small neighborhood located in the northwest section of Brooklyn. Nestled between Cobble Hill and Park Slope, Boerum Hill features wide, tree-lined sidewalks and a languid pace. Known for its brownstones and townhouses, Boerum Hill is also home to a number of eclectic dining spots and hidden gem retail stops. Boerum Hill is a calmer, intimate option for those seeking a break from frenzied city living.


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