1028 E 103rd St, Apt 2

$2,600

Canarsie

3 BD, 2 BA

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Apartment Details

3

Beds

2

Baths

5

Rooms

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Immediately
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Lease Term: One Year

This very spacious newly renovated 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath duplex apartment makes you feel right at home. It's a semi open concept unit with formal living and dinning room and in the kitchen you have stainless steel appliances. Just off the kitchen you have a back porch that can accommodate seating for upwards of 12 individuals. The space has newly finished hardwood floors and designer recessed lighting not to mention with extra large windows there is no shortage of natural light. The bedrooms has great size which accommodates king and queen size beds respectively along with closets in every room. There is a dedicated linen closet along with extra storage space in the half bath on the 1st floor. Just 1.5 blocks away is the B6 bus on Flatlands avenue and the B60 bus along with the L train on Rockaway Parkway. To fulfill your shopping needs 10 minutes drive there is Gateway Center; BJs, Home Depot, ShopRite and to much to mention. For added convenience JFK airport 15 minutes drive and easy access to the Belt Parkway to Long Island. This is simply a must see is you're looking for space and comfort!

Courtesy of: The Corcoran Group
Property: 1028 E 103rd St

1955

Year Built

2

Apartments

3

Stories


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