Welcome to this lovely one-bedroom apartment at 277 Washington Avenue (between Willoughby and Dekalb)! The unit is located in a pre-war building, including high ceilings, good light and beautiful hardwood floors throughout. The kitchen is renovated with wood cabinetry, a dishwasher and a micro wave and the bathroom is windowed with original Pre-war details. The unit is near shopping, restaurants, Pratt Campus, Fort Greene Park and the BAM Cultural District. The building provides a live-in super, bike room, laundry and part-time doorman. Pets allowed. $2,100/mo. For more information or to schedule a viewing, contact Elizabeth Stile at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-381-6543.
A mix of old and new: This gorgeous, newly built brownstone, located at 47 Irving Place (between Putnam and Gates), on a charming block in Clinton Hill, has a garden duplex available for rent. This apartment, with shared backyard space boasts high ceilings, crown molding, video intercom, central heat and AC, washer/dryer, amazing closet space and hardwood floors. There is an enormous master bedroom on the upper level, a kitchen with granite countertops and stainless appliances. Close to the C or G trains. Pets are case by case. Available May 1, possibly earlier. $3,400/mo. For more information or to schedule a viewing, contact Christina Abad at Christina.Abad@corcoran.com or 718-422-2539.
This three-bedroom, located at 97 Grand Avenue (between Park and Myrtle) is perfect as a share! This sprawling pad comes with full stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. Decked out with granite counter tops, fully tiled bathroom, hardwood floors and a washer/dryer. The building amenities include video intercoms and keyed access for security, elevators, on-site parking, furnished roof-deck with spectacular city views and a common courtyard. One month free offered for all leases signed in March. $3,570/mo. For more information or to schedule a viewing, contact Curtis Charles at 347-583-7499.
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