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364 Lincoln Place F7, Brooklyn, NY 11238

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$2,887 Price
Rental Property Type
Prospect Heights Neighborhood
2 Beds
2 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Unit Laundry

Renovated 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Residence in Prospect Heights! No Fee and 1 Month Free on a 12-Month Lease.

Welcome to 364 Lincoln Place in idyllic Prospect Heights. Located in a Grand Pre-War elevator building, the residences at 364 Lincoln Place have been tastefully renovated and designed to feel like home.

Gorgeous Pickled Grey Hardwood Floors
Pristine White Cabinets
Carrara Marble Countertops
Chevron Patterned Backsplash
Recessed Lighting
Crown Molding
Bosch Washer Dryers
Recessed Niche Tub
Snow White Subway Tile
Montauk Blue Slate Tile
Vinca Blue Bead Board

This Pet-Friendly Elevator Building provides Live-In super Butterfly MX Intercom System Package Room Bike Storage Storage Cages Roof Deck Manicured Courtyard

Nestled between Prospect Park to the South and Brooklyn Academy of Music to the North, Prospect Heights is the perfect juxtaposition of Old Brooklyn and New. Stroll down Eastern Parkway to find some of Brooklyn's most culturally significant landmarks such as the Brooklyn Museum and Botanical Gardens, The Brooklyn Public Library, and Grand Army Plaza. Or amble through Prospect Park, home of countless cultural events like BRIC's Celebrate Brooklyn!, concerts at the Bandshell, Arts in the Park, and most recently, the newest home of Smorgasburg. If it's cuisine you're looking for, look no further than Vanderbilt Avenue, deemed Brooklyn's newest Restaurant Row. Visit Chuko for Ramen, Tygershark for Korean soul food, The Bearded Lady for drinks and dollar oysters, or Tom's Restaurant, a classic diner serving the neighborhood since 1936. And with the recent addition of Olmsted and Faun, pastoral Prospect Heights has become a full-blown dining destination for foodies from all across the city.

Listing courtesy of Bold New York, d/b/a Bold, LLC

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