I find that life is better when I can enjoy its luxuries. One of those is a Sunday morning spent with the best of BKLYNER and a bagel with luscious lox. While my pad is perfectly cozy, I have a hunch that my dairy meal would be a little more appetizing in one of these pads.
This garden apartment is more like a garden party with a double-lot garden, Fort Greene Park just a quick jaunt away, and the building pays for tv and internet. Like what you see? Willing to pay $5,200 per month? Contact Chris Stewart, LREB.
This Boerum Hill beauty is sure to quicken your pulse. At a flat $5,000 per month, 134 Hoyt Street #1 is a great deal for two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and all the character.
Park Slope is home to this monument to exposed brick and Brooklyn panache. There is more than enough room at 151 5th Avenue #1 for any bagel and lox spread you could think of, plus plenty of room for all of your friends to enjoy it.
Three closets ain’t enough, I need five! And five closets there are in this terrific pad. I want to repeat that five times and we haven’t even gotten to the working fireplace, dishwasher, or washer/dryer. If you’re into this apartment and you’re ready to pay a flat… $5,000, contact Kevin Kemble of Citi Habitats.
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