NO FEE Furnished Studio in Fort Greene
Welcome to this vintage-style studio apartment in Fort Greene, Brooklyn! Decorated with charming antique accessories, this home matches its ultra-hipster neighborhood in design and essence. The community, near Clinton Hill and Prospect Heights, favors small shops and locally grown goods over high-end retailers and chain restaurants.
Sitting on Hall Street and Park Avenue, this studio apartment is located on the 1st floor (considered ground in Europe) of a 3-story prewar walk-up townhouse. It presents an ideal environment for travelers wishing to live as local Brooklynites, conveniently close to Manhattan while still sleeping in a residential, calmer and close-knit community.
The commodious studio includes hard wood floors and one full-sized bed with fresh linens. An old marble fireplace, antique dresser, and round wooden table decorate the space. A mirror from the 1930s hangs above the mantle. Contemporary artwork and convenient amenities lend the classic home a modern twist!
In the full-sized kitchen, a large wooden dining table accommodates at-home meals with family and friends. Upon request, furnishings may be rearranged to enhance privacy.
Students may find this accommodation convenient as it is walking distance from Pratt University and St. Joseph’s College.
- Farmer’s Market: This year-round open greenmarket takes place every Saturday in the southeast corner of Fort Greene park. Be sure to pick up fresh and local fruits, veggies, and homemade goods! Located at Dekalb Avenue and Washington Park. Accessible via foot.
- Brooklyn Flea: Shop at this popular flea market every weekend for vintage finds, home goods, and delicious food. Located at 1 Hanson Place. Accessible via foot.
- Brooklyn Academy of Music: This famous live performance space is known for its avant-garde performances. It holds concerts of all kinds and includes a cinema. Located at 30 Lafayette Avenue. Accessible via foot or public transportation.
The nearest subway station serves the G train at the Clinton-Washington stop on Lafayette Avenue, situated about 1/2 a mile south (approx 800m). This train runs north-south through Brooklyn, giving access to both Williamsburg and Park Slope, as well as connecting to other lines that run to Manhattan. Several buses also serves the area around this studio.