Welcome to your new home in the vibrant and sought-after Bensonhurst/Dyker Heights neighborhood! This spacious 3-bedroom apartment offers the perfect blend of comfort and convenience, making it an ideal place to live.
1. Prime Location: Nestled in the heart of Bensonhurst/Dyker Heights, this apartment is just a short 2-block stroll from the 79th St Station, where you can catch the D train for easy access to Manhattan and beyond. You'll also find yourself surrounded by an array of iconic restaurants, shopping centers, supermarkets, banks, and more, all within short distance.
2. Comfortable Living: Stay cool during the summer with air conditioning units in every room, ensuring a comfortable living environment year-round.
3. Excellent School District: will appreciate the apartment's location in an outstanding school district, providing top-notch education options for your children.
4. Spacious Bedrooms: Enjoy the luxury of queen-size bedrooms, offering plenty of space for relaxation and rest.
5. Modern Amenities: This apartment boasts modern conveniences, including in-unit laundry and skylight, making daily chores a breeze.
6. Pet-Friendly: Pets are welcome with approval, although certain breed and size restrictions may apply.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to make this lovely place your new home. To schedule a viewing or inquire further, please email us today. This apartment won't be on the market for long!
Calm and diverse, Bensonhurst is a peaceful residential neighborhood surrounded by Midwood, Borough Park, and Bay Ridge. Full of fun, shopping, and eateries, this neighborhood is home to both a Little Italy and the city's largest cantonese population.
Originally the estate of Egbert Benson, Bensonhurst began its life as private farmland. Once Benson died, his children sold the estate to New York real estate developers. These developers sold plots of land near the waterfront to the wealthy elite of NYC around the 1880's.
Though the waterfront properties were highly sought after, the rest of the neighborhood remained largely undeveloped. There were small Jewish and Italian neighborhoods, but even then, the neighborhood was largely empty until the 1980's.
Recognizing that many immigrants, especially those from China and Hong Kong, were seeking affordable housing, the rest of the neighborhood developed just in time for the whole of NYC to go…
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