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917 Metropolitan Ave. 2L, Brooklyn, NY 11211

$2,300/mo
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$2,300 Price
Single-Family Townhouse Property Type
East Williamsburg Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
750 Approx. Sq. Ft.
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Upcoming Open Houses

Sat, Mar 06th, 202112:00pm - 1:30pmAppointment Only
Sat, Mar 06th, 2021
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Open HouseAppointment Only
Key Features:
Prewar
Allows Pets
Description:

Available Immediately.

Bright and sunny floor-through one bedroom in excellent condition. Apartment 2L is a 750-square-foot one bedroom with high ceilings that gets tons of light. With hardwood floors throughout, and a windowed kitchen overlooking a nice backyard. Features include French double doors that separate the living space and bedroom, and white subway tiles in the bathroom. The bedroom is a nice size, with a decorative marble fireplace mantelpiece, and two windows facing south. Located off the Graham stop of Williamsburg, the nearby neighborhood offers great transportation, restaurants, and culture.

917 Metropolitan is a pet-friendly, 6-unit rental building. Heat and hot water are included. Tenant pays gas and electric. Located three blocks from either the Graham Avenue L, or the Grand Street subway station. Laundromat on the corner. Recently upgraded and refinished Cooper Park is one block away with an open field, running track, tennis court, handball courts, water feature, and dog run.

Agent:
Win Brown Lic. RE Salesperson
Lic. as Donald Winchester Brown

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