at Between East 1st and East 2nd Second St
/ 1 Bath at Between East 1st and East 2nd Second St
Kensington, Central Brooklyn, Brooklyn
NOW NO FEE!
2 Bedroom Apartment for Rent in Kensington. Bring your Cat(s). Elevator, pre-war building, with large rooms, hardwood floors throughout. Laundry in building, F/G train station literally in front of the building (talk about a convenient commute!), supermarket across the street. A very walkable neighborhood, a great on the street parking. This apartment will not last! Call, text, or email today for a scheduled viewing.
Nearby Public Transportation
0.07 mi at Church Av (Church Ave and McDonald Ave)
0.78 mi at Beverly Rd (Beverly Rd and Marlborough Rd)
0.79 mi at 9th Av (New Utrecht Ave and 9th Ave)
The Property / Area (Kensington)
Less well-known than its neighbors Prospect Park South, Borough
Park and Windsor Terrace, the residential and family-oriented
neighborhood of Kensington within Brooklyn is home to a population
of around 50,000 people. While Kensinton has yet to "up-and-come"
the neighborhood may soon be with its Victorian-style homes,
abundance of greenery, and easygoing, family-friendly feel drawing
in more and more renters looking to take a break from the Brooklyn
bustle. Those seeking the same can find their refuge in the
two-family townhouses, Victorian stand-alones, row-houses and
brownstones that Kensington has to offer. Local residents enjoy the
perks of living close by to Prospect Park and the many yearly
festivals sponsored by local community organizations.
Population: A residential, family-oriented neighborhood,
it's so quiet you can hear the trees rustle. Still pretty populous,
though; 50,152 people live here, and population density is 65,257
people per square…
Walgreens is only 283 yards away. The area has a number of food options, including Sake Sushi, Lark, and 620 On Caton. These are located within 852 yards. Kam Hai Chinese Food and Am Thai Bistro are some of the restaurants in the area.
The apartment is a unit offered at a monthly price of $1,995. The building allows easy access via an elevator. The manager allows pet cats but does not seem to allow dogs. As always, you should ask as early in the process as possible if you have any questions regarding the pet policy. 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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