This fully furnished two bedroom apartment is located on the ground floor of a 4-story walk-up townhouse built in 1846 in Brooklyn Heights, New York. Enjoy the garden shared amongst the tenants of the building.
The living room features a brick working fireplace, a queen size sofabed and a flatscreen television, as well as a dining table for 4. The kitchen is open to the living room and has two hot plates/burners, a microwave, a small refrigerator and a coffee maker but no oven. The master bedroom is furnished with a queen-sized bed, an armoire and a desk. In the second bedroom there are 2 single sized beds which can be combined to form a queen size bed. The shared garden is accessible through this bedroom. The bathroom has two showers.
Windows in the living room and second bedroom offer a view of the backyard garden, while the master bedroom windows look onto the street, allowing in natural light.
Brooklyn Heights is one of New York’s most charming neighborhoods. The movement to preserve vintage architecture which resulted in the creation of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission began in Brooklyn Heights in the 1960s. Many of the buildings in Brooklyn Heights date from the 19th century and their character and charm are rigorously protected.
This area of Brooklyn has many local attractions: Schermerhorn Street is just three blocks from the very active and highly regarded restaurant scene along Smith Street. Some places to consider: Saul Cafe LuLuc, Grocery (reservations absolutely required), Vecchia Caserta. For more casual dining, on Clinton at Congress Street (5 blocks) is Cafe on Clinton: a charming local tavern with great food and a convivial bar with outdoor tables in nice weather. Entertainment is just around the corner at UA Court Street cinema, which has 12 screens showing current run movies on Court Street between Schermerhorn and State Street. Additionally, a Barnes and Noble bookstore with a Starbucks Cafe inside is located on the corner of Schermerhorn and Court Streets.
This apartment is closely situated to public transit. The 2/3/4/5/M/R are all just a 2-3 block walk away and will connect you to Manhattan and the rest of Brooklyn.