Brokerlyn: 3-bedrooms starting at $1,200/month

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Loft lyfe. $1,200/month in Willyb

Living alone is a peak privilege in New York, but that’s because it comes at a high cost. Studios and one-bedrooms ain’t cheap, and it’s shocking how little the price jumps up when you change your search settings from them to three or more bedroom units. It’s still pricey, of course, but it’s like adding a person to your Uber Pool or Lyft Line ride: your buddy only costs you a buck extra, a number which pales compared to the price of the trip itself (which you can now split with them, heyo). Check out our picks below, they’ve all got one-bathroom, three-bedrooms and are under $2,000/month.

“Spa shower, shiny fixtures”
Crown Heights
$1,925/month
Three-bedroom

A spiffy remodel with hardwood floors and groovy kitchen appliances, the unit also has central air conditioning and the building’s got an on-site super. It’s no-fee and pets are welcome, but if the listed address is accurate this unit isn’t “bordering Crown Heights and Bed-Stuy”. It’s pretty solidly in Brownsville.

You’ll have to move in to find out what that fridge note says
East Flatbush
$1,925/month
Three-bedroom

Another recently renovated three-bedroom, this one also sports a single bath and brand new kitchen appliances, evidenced by the fact that they’re all wrapped in blue tape and plastic. Judging by the mapped location, this one is also mis-neighborhooded: looks more like Ditmas Park than East Flatbush.

Retro kitchen cabinets & a green living room
East Flatbush
$1,900/month
Three-bedroom

Groovy.This floor-through unit has a number of original details, a bright and airy living room, and a bathroom covered in the tiles unanimously agreed upon for use by borough grandmothers.

Blindingly white
Bed-Stuy
$1,899/month
Three-bedroom

This apartment looks particularly empty. A no-fee unit with a recently redone kitchen, and plenty of windows, it’s near the Myrtle Ave. J, M and Z as well as the Myrtle-Willoughby G.

Sweet Willyb hookup
Williamsburg
$1,200/month
Room in a three-bedroom

There are two units available in this human’s chic loft and they’re renting one for $1,200/month and the other for $1,400/month.

How to decorate a stairwell
Bed-Stuy
$1,900/month
Three-bedroom

That’s a lot of living space! The bedrooms aren’t notably massive, but the living room is. This top floor apartment has enough space for a commune, or at least a comfortable 4th bedroom (if temporary partitions can be deemed comfortable)

Your own little corner of the world
Dyker Heights
$1,900/month
Three-bedroom

Yes Dyker’s out there, but it’s a sweet if isolated area. Convince two of your friends to live on the borough’s edge with you and enjoy not listening to drunk tourist laughter all night.

Railroad flat
Bed-Stuy
$1,900/month
Three-bedroom

No broker’s fee on this one + if you miss the first unit, there’s another three-bedroom railroad flat also on the market in this building.

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