NO BROKER'S FEE.
Spacious and airy, this 3BR/2BA garden duplex is the home you have been waiting for you. The upper level features an open-concept layout with a generously proportioned sun-filled living/dining room combination and a chef's kitchen with stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher and microwave), contemporary cabinets, and a center island. Step outside and dine al fresco on your deck and garden. There is a crisp white, windowed full bath with a soaking tub also on this floor.
Downstairs you will find three separate bedrooms, two of which are king-size, and one cozy bedroom that is ideal for a muck-room or work-from-home space, depending on your needs. This floor also includes a full bath. There is a private washer and dryer for your convenience. The apartment has hardwood flooring, ceiling fans, custom lighting, multiple windows, and the full use of the basement for storage.
Located at the crossroads of Boerum Hill, Park Slope, Fort Greene, Downtown Brooklyn, and Prospect Heights, the best of Brooklyn is at your fingertips, including world-class culture, entertainment, dining, shopping, recreation, and multiple transit lines.
Small pets on approval. Heat and cold water included; tenant is responsible for cooking gas, hot water, and electricity.
NO BROKER'S FEE.
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
More about Boerum Hill ▶
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Boerum Hill is one of Brownstone Brooklyn's most coveted neighborhoods, boasting charming tree-lined streets with lovely brownstones and a vibrant scene of trendy restaurants, cafes, bars, and boutiques found on Smith Street and Atlantic Avenue, coupled with a central location and access to multiple transit lines. Boerum Hill shares its borders with a diverse selection of neighborhoods that include Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Gowanus, Park Slope, and Downtown Brooklyn (and is also close to Fort Greene and Brooklyn Heights). Boerum Hill was named for the Dutch family who occupied and farmed the land. To set it apart from industrial Gowanus, the neighborhood was rechristened Boerum Hill during the first wave of gentrification in the 1970s. Notable past and present residents include Jonathan Lethem, Ethan Hawke, Heath Ledger, Michelle Williams, Sandra Oh, Keri Russell, Emily Mortimer, and Jonathan Ames. Boerum Hill is the setting for two Jonathan Lethem novels: Motherless Brooklyn, a crime mystery set on Bergen Street between Smith and Hoyt streets; and The Fortress of Solitude, set primarily on Dean Street between Nevins and Bond.
Mile End Delicatessen
New York Sports Clubs
Blink Fitness Boerum Hill
CKO Kickboxing of Park Slope
Iyengar Yoga Institute of Brooklyn