This is a gut-renovated townhouse with two full floors, a finished basement, and private deck and garden. No expense has been spared to create a beautiful home with all the amenities you could ask for:
Split A/C-heat in each room.
Private deck/garden area.
The parlor floor is an open concept living room, dining area, and kitchen with dishwasher, huge refrigerator, microwave, and five burner stove. The kitchen sports shiny white, quartz counter tops and features an island with plenty of room for barstool seating and food prep. Floor to ceiling glass doors lead from the kitchen out to your own private deck, and outdoor space. There is not only a huge deck, but also the entire private garden space below. A powder room and built-in closet/storage space round out this floor.
The second floor has two huge bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The south-facing master bedroom has bay windows that fill the room with ample sunlight, and includes an en-suite bathroom. The rear bedroom looks down into the beautiful garden. There is ample closet space, plus an additional storage closet on the landing.
The finished basement consists of a massive bonus room/family room/office/3rd bedroom and a separate storage area. There is also a half-bath and Washer/Dryer.
This townhouse sits in the thriving, beautiful, Stuyvesant Heights community. Our block has an amazing group of long-time home owners, as well as newer transplants who enjoy keeping up with each other.
The building is walking-distance to the J train and the A/C trains. Saratoga park is two blocks away.
2 year lease preferred.
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.
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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