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377 Chauncey Street

Bedford-Stuyvesant, Northern Brooklyn, Brooklyn
No Fee
Listed 8 weeks ago, Immediate Move-In
Private Room
1 Bath
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Looking for a female roommate who likes dogs

Me and my roommate are looking for a preferably Black/POC woman roommate to sublet a room in our spacious Bed-Stuy apartment.

This sublet is flexible, however short term. The ideal roommate would stay between mid august and January. Longer or shorter can be arranged.

The room:
- Fits a twin bed
- Has one window
- Has a large closet

The apartment
- Comes with a dog
- Has a living room with a TV
- Has a Large Kitchen

Who will you be living with?

Me (Amber) [24 year old Black woman] and Kessiah [31 year old Black man]. We both have been living in this apartment for a year now, with our playful Black Labrador King. We are both quiet and like to keep to ourselves, but enjoy a good conversation. We both work during the day. We do like to limit guests in our living space.

So what type of roommate are we looking for?
The ideal roommate is somebody who would benefit from a short term sublease. They must be a team player and contribute to a cleaning schedule and be able to go through a background check. However we will not check your credit. They should be comfortable around large dogs but unfortunately cannot bring another pet into the mix.

The apartment is located right in-between Bedstuy and Ocean Hill which gives it a unique mix of affordability but also the luxury that comes with all Bedstuy has to offer. We never fall short on new Black-owned businesses and eateries to try. We are also surrounded by great parks for reading and dog walking.

Ok now lets get down to the nitty gritty:

Your share of the bills might look like this: $83 - $123
Optimum (Wi-Fi) $23
National Grid (gas) $10 - $30
Con-Edison (electricity) $50 - $70

It is $1200 to move in. That includes first months rent and a security deposit. The security deposit will be returned to you after giving 30 days notice of moving out.

If all this sounds good slide into my DMs and lets make something happen.

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Features & Amenities
No Fee
Short Term Allowed
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Nearby Public Transportation
at Ralph Av (0.22 mi mi • 5 min) • MTA New York City Transit
at Halsey St (0.35 mi mi • 8 min) • MTA New York City Transit
at Rockaway Av (0.45 mi mi • 11 min) • MTA New York City Transit
at Chauncey St (0.47 mi mi • 11 min) • MTA New York City Transit
at Gates Av (0.57 mi mi • 14 min) • MTA New York City Transit

Nearby Schools

(within attendance boundary)
PS 40 GEORGE W CARVER  •  0.18 mi
265 Ralph Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11233
Public  •  Elementary  •  Grades PK to 5
New York City Geographic District #16
800 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221
Public  •  Middle School  •  Grades 6 to 8
New York City Geographic District #16
1186 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY 11225
Public  •  High School  •  Grades 6 to 12
New York City Geographic District #17
School zoning information and other data are provided by RealtyHop Schools and 3rd party sources. The contents of the database are not guaranteed to be accurate or timely. Contact the schools or districts before making any decisions using on this data.
The Property / Area (Bedford-Stuyvesant)

Commonly known as "Bed-Stuy", this densely populated neighborhood in Brooklyn is a busy residential and commercial area. Surrounded by Clinton Hill, Crown Heights, Bushwick and Willaimsburg, the neighborhood has an easy commute to Manhattan and typically offers lower rent than its neighbors, making this a popular place for young professionals and students. Those looking to rent in this neighborhood can expect to find their home on beautifully tree-lined, brownstone filled streets.

Fun Facts and History of Bedford-Stuyvesant

Bedford-Stuyvesant is actually made up of several micro-neighborhoods. One of them, Stuyvesant Heights, takes its name from the last Governor of the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam, Peter Stuyvesant. The other half of the name, Bedford, comes from one of the first major colonies in New Amsterdam. While Bedford was a major settlement, Stuyvesant Heights was largely farmland, and that was the relationship between the two settlements until after the Revolutionary War…

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RentHop Description
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $600. The person posting the listing did not specify that any pets were allowed. It may be the case that pets are ok and the manager simply has not yet filled out all the details. This is a No Fee apartment, meaning the manager or agent should not ask you for a broker fee (there may still be deposits and other move-in fees paid to the landlord).

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