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No. 3BF17736 Print
New York  -  Brooklyn  -  Fort Greene  -  11205
 DeKalb Avenue/Flatbush Avenue
Dekalb Avenue
Per month : $1,500  *
Roommate share - with the lanlord  -  2 occupant(s) maximum
2 bedrooms Apartment  -  Floor area 6 m²  -  2nd floor no elevator
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1178, Broadway
New York, NY 10001
+1 (646) 374 8900
Shared use
Dining table
1 Chair(s)
Shared use
Food processor
Queen size bed
Storage space
Shared use
bath tub
4 floors

This is a roomate share in a fully furnished 2BR/1BA apartment located on the 2nd Floor of a walk up building in Fort Greeene, on Dekalb Avenue.

The apartment:
The bright living room features a flat screen TV, a dining table with chairs, a closet and shelves.
The Kitchen is fully equipped with a Stove, an Oven, a Refrigerator with a freezer compartment and all the cookware necessary to cook .
The bathroom is to share with the other tenants and it is equipped with a Tub, a Toilet, a shelve and a sink with a cabinet under.

Your Room:
The bedroom, full of natural light, has a double size bed, a closet, a dresser and a window.

G train runs at Fulton St (0. 25 miles)
C train runs at Lafayette Av (0. 25 miles)
G train runs at Clinton-Washington Avs (0. 28 miles)
B, D, N, R, Q, 2, 3, 4 and 5 trains run at Atlantic Av (0. 39 mile)

The neighborhood (copy from wikipedia)
Fort Greene is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. Fort Greene is listed on the New York State Registry and on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a New York City–designated Historic District. It is located in northwest Brooklyn in the area known as South Brooklyn, just across from Lower Manhattan and north of Prospect Park.
The neighborhood is named after an American Revolutionary War era fort that was built in 1776 under the supervision of General Nathanael Greene of Rhode Island. General Greene aided General George Washington during the Battle of Long Island in 1776. Fort Greene Park, originally called "Washington Park" and Brooklyn's first, is also derived from General Greene's name and from the neighborhood. In 1864, Fort Greene Park was redesigned by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux; the park notably includes the Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument and crypt, which honors some 11, 500 patriots who died aboard British prison ships during the American Revolution.

*  The rental rates do not include our agency fees.

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