$520 Best deal 8min walk to #2,5 train or Q train
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A 80 SF room in a house for one person. Located in Midwood, a historically beautiful and peaceful neighborhood.
5 min. walk to Brooklyn College, 8 min walk to #2, 5 train. The #2,5 train is located in a commercial center including Target, six banks, fast food, Applebee, and Starbucks... If you take #2 or #5 train three stops to Kings County Hospital and Down State Medical Center. 20 min to downtown Brooklyn: City Tech, Long Island University Brooklyn Campus, NUY Poly Tech. 30 min Lower Manhattan financial district, Pace University. 8 min walking to Q train Ave J station. 30 minutes to Union Square. Express bus to Manhattan, BM1, BM3, BM4, in walking distance. Many bus routes: B44, B41, B9. B6, B11 to reach all of Brooklyn.
The room is furnished as in pics. one window facing south. The rent is $ 520. Security deposit required. Share Living Room, kitchen, and 2 bathrooms. Serious inquiries only.
No overnight visitors. We are looking for a peaceful roommate who treats this place as a home, is willing to share house chores, and cleans up after himself. Serious enquirer only.
Only respond to serious applicants who are willing to provide the requested information. Sorry, we will not respond to emails merely to ask for availability, or claim" I love this room!"
Thanks for reading.
- Apartment to rent
$520 monthly (whole property)
- Minimum term
- 12 months
- Maximum term
- Security deposit
- Fees apply?
- Disabled access
New tenant preferences
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Don't mind
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