$150 / 2br - 2Bedrooms Available For Rent (Brooklyn)

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This sunny 2 bedroom, 2 bath corner unit sits on the northwest corner of the 11th floor of a well-established condominium. It is defined by its expansive 540 SF terrace that wraps the apartment with ample space for dining, lounging and gardening, with sweeping views of Brooklyn, Manhattan and New Jersey, including the Statue of Liberty and Verrazano Bridge. This terrace is easily accessed from the main living area that comes complete with custom built-ins with channeling for a projector and home-entertainment system and fantastic storage. The large open kitchen is perfect for cooking and entertaining with windows that open directly onto the terrace and stainless steel appliances, including a roomy 36 inch Thermador fridge and a huge island, making it the heart of the home.

A hallway lined with expertly crafted built-ins leads to the private quarters. The primary suite has two exposures: to the West, views that reach across Gowanus and flood the space with light, and to the South views overlooking Brooklyn. The second bedroom is bright with room for a queen size bed. Each bedroom is equipped with solar roller shades and all closets are outfitted with the ELFA system.

Central air, a washer dryer and a large private storage unit complete the offering.

This one of a kind apartment is located in 560 Carroll Street aka “C-560†, a 12-story, 44-unit condominium built in 2010, this pet-friendly building offers an elevator, an expert superintendent, a shared roof deck, private storage (included), and bicycle storage (for a fee). The financially stable, well-run elevator building also offers very low common charges that include heat, hot water, and cooking gas

Centrally located at the corner of Carroll Street and 4th Avenue, residents can enjoy the attractions of Park Slope, Gowanus, BoCoCa and Prospect Heights. There is the Park Slope Food Co-op, Whole Foods, the farmers markets and some of the city's best restaurants on 5th Avenue. BAM and Barclays Center offer world-class entertainment, and green spaces like J.J. Byrne playground, Prospect Park, a skate park, and a dog run are close by as well as several schools. Transportation is easily accessible: the R train is a block away, the F, G, N/Q/W, B/D, and 4/5 trains are a short walk away, and there are two Citi Bike docks up the block.

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