446 Ocean Ave, Apt 2-E

$2,700

Flatbush

3 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

3

Beds

1

Bath

5

Rooms

Available On
Immediately
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Lease Term: One Year

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Large 3 bedroom Available now.

Beautiful large 3 bedroom apartment. This unit features a large living area with lots of natural light, hardwood floors, and ample closet space.

Nestled in historic Prospect Park South is this beautifully maintained prewar building. Surrounded by quiet, tree-lined streets and with Prospect Park three short blocks away, enjoy quiet city living whilst still being centrally located to all. Have your morning cup of coffee at the cosy Elk Cafe. Follow that up with a brunch at The Farm at Adderly. End your night with a delicious dinner at the whimsical Honey Badger and a drink at The Parkside. Convenience to your other shopping and wellness needs is readily available two blocks away with Key Food, Rite Aid and Blink on Flatbush Avenue. Located 3 blocks from the B and Q trains at Church Ave. Pets Welcome.

  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: MNS
Property: 446 Ocean Ave

1914

Year Built

4

Stories

  • Pre war Pre war

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Flatbush, famously founded by Dutch colonists, is located in the center of Brooklyn. The architecture varies throughout Flatbush, with Victorian houses, brownstones, and row houses all dotting the streets. While the neighborhood is slow in terms of new developments, its popularity is growing among younger would-be residents.


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