Bushwick studio for monthly rentals
Imagine yourself in this cozy studio apartment is located in the Bushwick part of Brooklyn, New York near Chauncey Street and Bushwick Avenue. Though compact, measuring approximately 300 SQF (about 28 SQM), the carefully chosen furniture makes the most of the space and you have a full kitchen in addition to the living area. Conveniently located on the ground floor of this four-story townhouse, you will only have a few steps to climb before being home.
This studio apartment has blond hardwood floors and white walls to enhance the sense of space. Painted tin ceilings add some original New York charm to the room. By the entrance is the double-sized bed. Across from the bed, which is oriented towards a wood dresser and a flat screen cable TV for your entertainment. You also have a double doored cabinet in the corner for storing extra belongings. There are double windows available in this area to pour in the morning sunshine and provide you with plenty of fresh air. An air conditioning unit will be provided in the warmer months.
The open kitchen is equipped with the essentials: a full refrigerator, oven, microwave, coffeemaker and a toaster. There are multiple cabinets around the sink to store your items in and a few steps away is a cute dining room table that seats up two, and can expand or contract depending on how elaborate the meal!
The bathroom has grayish tiled walls and both a shower and a bathtub. There is a mirror located above the pedestal sink.
Outside of the studio apartment are plenty of markets and delis for you to choose from. Along Bushwick going towards Jamaica Avenue is Highland Park, where you can take a stroll and relax outside with your friends. You can benefit from the calm of a fairly residential neighborhood, but you also have plenty of opportunity for action with two subway stations nearby! The apartment is situated between two L line stations, one at Bushwick Avenue and Aberdeen Street and one at Wilson Avenue, depending if you are heading deeper into Brooklyn or to Williamsburg or Manhattan. If you take the L to the Morgan stop (5 stops), you will find yourself deep in the art scene, with many galleries and lofts, as well as a variety of trendy bars (try The Narrows on Flushing Avenue) and restaurants (Roberta’s pizza has made the New York Times!). You can also take the J and Z trains Chauncey Street and Broadway, less than two blocks away, which will take you to lower Manhattan in just 9 stops — two train stations allows you the flexibility to reach different parts of New York City without transferring as much!