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600 Prospect Pl 1, Brooklyn, NY 11238

$4,500/mo
Listing Details:
$3,500 Price
Rental Property Type
Crown Heights Neighborhood
2 Beds
3.5 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Rooftop Access
Unit Garden
Unit Laundry
Description:

Fully renovated with a multifunctional live/work basement space, this 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom triplex located in prime Crown Heights has space, light and charm.



No amenity was spared when this home was completely renovated this year. There is a washer and dryer located in the unit, a windowed bathroom for every bedroom, constructed with clean white subway tiles and elegant tile floors. There is central air conditioning throughout the home as well as heat that is separately controlled. Your private entrance leads into the main floor, where the kitchen, living/dining and first bedroom are located. Ample window's let light stream in and a floating staircase creates a feeling of even more space.



Up the floating staircase is a master suite, with a corner bedroom large enough to fit a king sized bed and all of your bedroom furniture. The master bath is windowed and complete with floor to ceiling subway tile and a shower tub combo.



The lower level of the triplex is the largest space, running the length of the building. Currently set up as a large open space, there is a full bath, with a soaking tub and double sink. This floor is where the possibilities lie, use it as a work space, a living room, a media room, or a combination of the three! This floor also houses the private washer and dryer.



Available October 1st, heat and electricity are paid by the tenant. Sorry but no smoking and no dogs.

Listing courtesy of Compass

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