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This generously proportioned air conditioned house has around 3,875 sq ft (360 sqm) of living space. There are 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 2 half baths. With 3 exposures and its open floor plan, this property is both practical and flowing throughout. There is a high end chef’s kitchen, a landscaped backyard, a finished basement and a huge roof deck with its own gas fireplace.
The neighbourhood is one of the oldest settled enclaves in Brooklyn. It is both charming and convenient for top rated restaurants, galleries, City Point, MetroTech Plaza, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Ft. Greene Park, and the soon to open Wegmans Supermarket in Brooklyn’s vibrant Navy Yard. This home offers nearby transportation, as well as an easy walk over the bridges to Manhattan.
Midtown and Financial District of Manhattan, as well as Downtown Brooklyn are three neighbourhoods that are going through a renaissance from primarily business districts into thriving residential neighbourhoods where residents can dine, shop, live and work.
Fast-paced during the day and calm and clear at night, the Financial District is both a bustling financial hub and a residential catch. Convenient transportation, a reasonably-priced rental market, and fun attractions like South Street Seaport and the Brooklyn Bridge make FiDi a great neighbourhood to call home.
The Financial District is also a popular tourist destination because of historic and cultural landmarks across the neighbourhood. Despite going through tough times in recent years in the aftermath of 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy, The Financial District has always bounced back due to the perseverance of the local community. The resilience of The Financial District remains a continuing source of pride for New Yorkers across the five boroughs.
Brooklyn borders the borough of Queens at the southwestern end of Long Island and is the most populous borough of New York City. The borough maintains a distinct culture. In recent years, Brooklyn has experienced a renaissance and gentrification. Since 2010 it has evolved into a thriving hub of entrepreneurship and high technology start ups and of postmodern art and design.
Brooklyn offers numerous attractions. Williamsburg is famous for live music, there are excellent restaurants to visit plus Prospect Park, Park Slope, Brooklyn Bridge and the scenic Brooklyn Heights promenade.