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346 Chauncey St. 1, Brooklyn, NY 11233

Listing Details:
$2,429 Price
Condop Property Type
Stuyvesant Heights Neighborhood
2 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Unit Garden

NO FEE with Private Outdoor Space! And One Month Free!
Gut-renovated floor through 2-bedroom apartment with huge PRIVATE backyard! This two bedroom floor-through garden home features a double exposure of this brick Brownstone-style townhome.
With exposed brick, hardwood floors, ornate floor moldings and original woodwork in the oversized window frames, you'll love the character throughout this apartment.
The great room is just short of 30 feet long, featuring big windows at one end to let in ample sunlight, and a stainless steel white kitchen (including dishwasher) with quartz countertop at the other end.
The master bedroom is king sized, flooded with light and features two wide closets. The bright second bedroom is perfect for a bunk bed and desk or for usage as a large office, and has a door that leads to your own private yard--almost 800 square feet just for your usage.
Situated in Stuyvesant Heights, 346 Chauncey Street is located mere minutes from the Ralph Avenue stop on the A/C lines (under 20 minutes to Manhattan) or the Halsey St station on the J line (direct access to LES). With such local hot-spots as Butch & Coco, MacDonough Café, Noel's Café, Three Seven Sisters, plus Rite Aid & Associated Supermarkets nearby--not to mention a laundromat down the block--you'll not have to trek far for all your daily needs.
Please note, the Net Effective Rent is advertised.
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Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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