$2600 1 Month Fee - Windsor Terrace Corner 1 Bedroom with Eat-in Kitchen Steps From Prospect Park!
Enormous 1 bedroom with eat-in kitchen in a GORGEOUS pre-war elevator building with live-in super, porter, and laundry room. The apartment has a 13 x 21 livingroom with South and West exposures, an archway to the foyer and a separate doorway to the EIK. There is a HUGE closet - currently holding 3 bicycles - at the entrance, plus a coat closet, which opens to a large foyer with built-in shelves which can easily be used as a home office. The EIK has white cabinets and grey counters, and has a dishwasher and tile floors and can easily fit a table. There is a full bathroom with original fixtures plus a linen closet, and the bedroom is 17 x 12 with another closet and also faces West.
The building has a live-in super and updated laundry room, and it's 2 blocks to Ft. Hamilton Parkway F/G,, 3 blocks to beautiful Prospect Park, horseback riding and tennis courts, and steps to Adirondack, Butterfunk Kitchen, El Catrin, Wheated, Brancaccio's, Hamilton's, Parade Cafe, Le Paddock, La Loba Cantina, Battata and more!
Cats OK, GUARANTORS OK
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Ocean Parkway at Ditmas Avenue
Kensington 2 bedroom, 1 bath with GINORMOUS PRIVATE DECK
$2650 - No FEE
400 sq.ft. of private deck on the 5th floor of an elevator building with a recently constructed addition. The apartment has hardwood floors, a 19 x 12 living room, separate kitchen with dishwasher (electric stove), 2 modest bedrooms about 12 x 10 and 10 x 10, with tenant controlled heat/AC, and a full bathroom.
The building has a live-in super and laundry room, and 5 short blocks to the F Train at Ditmas Avenue, which is main commercial block for the neighborhood. Ditmas Park's Cortelyou Road is only a 5 minute walk away as well.
PETS OK (dogs require non-refundable deposit) GUARANTORS OK
Prospect Park South
Most of my listings are in neighborhoods that were part of Flatbush, before Flatbush merged with the town of Brooklyn back in the day. Flatbush was rural until around 1900, when subway lines started reaching the area, and farms were sold into lots either for 1-2 family houses or large pre-war multifamily buildings.