Apartment hunt: space-age Park Slope 3BR, whole yard in Stuyvesant Heights, cute Ditmas-ish studio

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Today’s real estate highlights begin with one of the bolder renovations we’ve seen. This South Slope 3BR, a relatively affordable $3,200, comes with five flat-screen TVs and 360 degrees of glossy white tiles. The decor may not appeal to BK’s woodsier types, but throw in a club promoter, a medical student and a Russian spy and we’ll definitely come to your first house party, so long as you avoid the temptation to play only Skrillex. More photos here. Other finds in our Brooklyn apartment listings:


• You don’t hear tons about the neighborhood of Stuyvesant Heights, which is a good thing when it comes to finding cheapish apartments. Here’s a $1,200, 700 square-foot 1BR. It cones with exclusive use of the backyard, which you might even be able to use (sans mosquitoes) by the time you move in.

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• Speaking of relative deals, here’s a 1.5BR in the South Slope for $2,000 a month. Top-floor walkup (comes with stairclimbing machine!), two skylights, close to a world of yuppie amenities such as Café Grumpy, Union Market and personal training studios you won’t need anymore.

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 • Here’s a two-room studio on Ocean Parkway and Ditmas Ave for $1,350. That’s not so far away from Cortelyou Road, AKA suburban Smith Street. You may know Ocean Parkway from Coney Island bike trips; it’s also a great place to jog if you’re a runner who requires lots of stop lights.

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• And in case any Brownstoner readers have wandered over here by accident (thanks for visiting! read this too!), here’s a 2.5BR in DUMBO for $5,900. Hubba hubba. And there’s no fee, so maybe use the money saved to add a second floor and move all your friends in.

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