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Hello! I have available a comfortable small one bedroom apartment in the diverse Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. It is situated in the rear of the building and offers seclusion from street noise yet plenty of sunlight. The apartment can easily accommodate up to three people. The living room and bedroom are separated by french doors so it would be suitable for more than three people as well (there's a futon in the living room and an air mattress is available for use as well). There is a full separate kitchen and full bath with claw-foot tub and the use of a hallway closet. Both the living room and bedroom are equipped with ceiling fans and there is also an air conditioner in the living room space.
Want to meet the world of Brooklyn, come to Crown Heights! My neighborhood is eclectic and diverse; it's residential and worldly and a quick transit ride to downtown Brooklyn and central locations in Manhattan. Both the local 3 train on Eastern Parkway and the local C train at Kingston-Throop are within seven minutes walking distance. Several laundry options are less than three minutes away. There are several cool and cozy cafes with WiFi a brief walk away in Bed-Stuy such as Miss Dahlia's Cafe on Halsey. There are several places to eat on Franklin Ave, the Lewis Ave strip of Bed-Stuy, Prospect Heights or hang out locally at Vodou Lounge or NO Bar. Brower Park is right around the corner and the Brooklyn Children's Museum is directly behind it and half a block away. And let's not forget The Historic Weeksville Heritage Site, The Brooklyn Museum, Botanical Garden and Grand Army Plaza's bountiful Saturday farmers market.
I'm not a smoker but will allow it of lodgers and no shoes on while while in the apartment. Thanks!
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I am a a art, book, cinema and food loving woman who enjoys all that Brooklyn has to offer. I tutor and teach English at Pratt Institute in the Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn. I can't live without a well stocked pantry, good music, great dark chocolate, my neighborhood community gardens and coconut rice. My home is a cozy and welcoming one bedroom on the fourth and top floor of a Prewar Building (there is no elevator). It's a few minutes walk to the local 3 train on Eastern Parkway or the C train at Kingston-Throop as well as local buses that will take you to Forte Greene, Park Slope, Bedford Stuyvesant and other distinct areas of the borough.