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rented
230 Carroll Street - 1
Carroll Gardens
$2,900
1 Bedroom w/ HO
1 Bathroom Bathrooms
Subway Lines
This listing has rented. Please see current Sales and Rentals listings.

Welcome to true Brooklyn brownstone living with this 1 bedroom plus in the heart of Carroll Gardens. This beautifully maintained apartment features hardwood floors, a large living/dining area with a working fireplace, and outdoor space.
Located just 2 blocks from the F and G trains at Carroll Street, and steps away from all of the restaurants, shopping, and nightlife of the area.
Available July 1
Sorry, no pets.
Reduced broker's fee.

Details

  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
  • Apartment
  • No Pets Allowed

Features

  • Private Outdoor Space
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Wood-Burning Fireplace
  • Garden Apartment
  • Open Plan Layout
  • No Pets Allowed
  • On Street Parking
  • Outdoor Areas
  • Hardwood Floors, Working Fireplace,large Living/Dining Area
  • Heat/Hot Water Included

Nearby

More about Carroll Gardens

More about Carroll Gardens

Like its neighbors, Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens has elements of both old and new, with new boutiques, eateries, bars, and cafes rubbing shoulders with old-world butcher shops, delis, and bakeries lining Court Street, where the neighborhood's proud Italian-American roots are still evident. With mainstays such as Court Pastry, D'Amico Coffee Roasters, G. Esposito & Sons Pork Store, and Caputo's Fine Foods, Mazzola Bakery, and F. Monteleone Bakery, Carroll Gardens is one of the few neighborhoods where, like in the old country, you can still shop for groceries in piecemeal. One block to the east of Court, Smith Street has, in the last decade, been dubbed "restaurant row." On the peaceful side streets (particularly on the coveted "place" blocks), wide brownstones with unusually deep front gardens that, by law, measure a minimum of 33-feet have been lovingly maintained for generations. An influx of transplants has increased housing demand, and new condo developments have been erected alongside the classic townhouses; real estate prices reflect the demand. The neighborhood is served by the F/G at Carroll Street and Smith/9th Street, New York City's highest elevated subway station.

Grocery Stores

  • Gourmet Fresh
  • Court Street Grocers
  • Met Food
  • Trader Joe's
  • Sahadi's
  • Staubitz Market
  • Smith Union Market
  • D'Amico Foods

Laundromats / Dry Cleaners

  • SKC Laundromat
  • Nice Bubble Laundry
  • La Cleaners & Tailor
  • One Stop Service
  • Delvan Drop Off Services
  • IRA Dirt Busters Laundry and Dry Cleaners
  • Smith St Laundry

Restaurants

  • Frankies Spuntino
  • Lucali
  • Nightingale 9
  • Kittery
  • The Grocery
  • Seersucker
  • Buttermilk Channel
  • Battersby
  • Prime Meats
  • Dassara Brooklyn Ramen
  • Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare
  • Bergen Hill
  • La Vara

Coffee Shops / Dessert

  • Cafe Pedlar
  • Court Pastry Shop
  • Caputo Bakery
  • Monteleone Bakery & Cafe
  • Treats Truck Stop
  • Black Gold Records
  • Henry's Local Cafe
  • Smith Canteen
  • Momofuku Milk Bar
  • Mazzola Bakery

Fitness

  • Body Elite Fitness
  • Equinox
  • Everyday Athlete
  • Area Yoga
  • Brooklyn Pilates
  • Little Gym of Brooklyn Heights
  • Prema Yoga
  • Prana Power Yoga