Chic, airy, open, and luminous, this expansive top-floor 3BR/2BA offers a full suite of amenities including an in-unit washer-dryer, central air conditioning, and a video intercom system. Soaring ceilings, multiple skylights, oversize windows, hardwood floors, and exposed brick walls lend a loft-like atmosphere throughout. There is a generously proportioned living room with three windows and a huge skylight and decorative fireplace along with an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances (dishwasher and microwave included), granite countertops, and shaker-style cabinets along with three separate bedrooms, and two luxurious baths. Perfect for shares, each bedroom can accommodate a queen-size bed and has ample closet space and two have remote-operated skylights for light and ventilation. The two bathrooms are outfitted with high-end fixtures and state-of-the-art walk-in glass showers.
Located in the center of trendy Boerum Hill, the best of Brooklyn's dining, shopping, arts, entertainment, and services are at your fingertips.
Pets upon approval. Available July 1st. Tenant pays all utilities.
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Central Air
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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.
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New York Sports Clubs
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Iyengar Yoga Institute of Brooklyn