By Brooklyn Reader

May 21, 2014, 10:50 am

 

Beautiful one-bedroom located at 235 Clemont Avenue, in an historic brownstone building in Fort Greene. This unit gets plenty of light, and it is only 3 blocks away from the park. Private basement storage comes with the unit. Heat and hot water are included in rent, and pets are welcome. There is a one-month’s rent broker’s fee for this apartment. $2,300/mo. For more info or to schedule a showing, please contact Mike on his cell: 201-693-1672.

 

A brand-new luxurious two-bedroom apartment is available at 62 Clermont Avenue in historic Fort Greene. As you walk in, you will see the large sliding glass doors that bring in tons of natural light. You have a balcony where you can step out and get in some fresh air. The maple wood floors offer a feeling of warmth and comfort to the living space. Kitchen cabinets are relatively new and quite sufficient in space. Apartment features washer/dryer hookups, video intercom and a large closet in the bedroom. $2,250/mo. For more information or to schedule a viewing, contact Brian Blessinger at [email protected] or 347-761-5017.

 

This two-bedroom apartment, located at 54 Cumberland Street, has lots of natural sunlight, hardwood floors, a video intercom system and washer and dryer in the basement. Tenant pays for heat and hot water. Pets negotiable. $2,000/mo. For more information, contact Peter McGuire at [email protected] or 917-447-3220.

 

Classic style is abound in this Historic one-bedroom apartment, located at 104 Vanderbilt Avenue, right in the middle of everything that Fort Greene has to offer! The unit offers tons of natural light, hardwood floors, and just an overall cozy space. A real must see for anyone that is in love with Fort Greene and historic Brooklyn! $1,800/mo. Fore more information or to schedule a viewing, contact Katie Bachner at [email protected].


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3 Responses

  1. S. Friday

    I don’t get why in a huge city like NY people are still flocking to Fort Green. It is over populated/over developed/over hyped and over priced to be living in such tight proximity. It is a high priced sardine can.

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  2. Jammie Brown

    DO NOT RENT AT 62 CLERMONT>. YOU WILL NOT SLEEP!

    – You will not sleep- Living on the BQE

    – The building shakes

    – RAT PROBLEM

    – You pay to heat your own water and for lights in hall way.

    RED GROUP THEY ARE CROOKS.. EVERY ONE MOVES AS SOON AS THE POSSIBLY CAN!

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