Open the window and let the light in with apartment prospects in Crown Heights, Bushwick and Kensington

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It’s about that time of the month where folks are in a last-minute mad scramble for new living space. But you don’t have to negotiate with some scummy slumlord over whether or not the mice in your place should pay rent, ’cause we got a couple of listings for you right here.

  • Look out this huge bay window and pretend that everything the light touches is yours in this 2BR in Crown Heights. For $1,700, this could be a step up, so it’s time to throw away those old concert posters and decorative empty liquor bottles, because this brownstone is filled with original details like moldings, hardwood floors, and ceiling medallions.


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  • This 2BR railroad apartment in Bushwick goes for $1,550 and is located in between the Dekalb and Morgan L, as well as the Central M. When you’re not scrawling over what appears to be a wall covered in chalkboard paint or sautéing up a storm in the newly renovated kitchen, you can walk around the corner to Roberta’s for the finest pizza this side of Italy.


3br bensonhurst

  • This $1,800 3BR in Bensonhurst could use a slightly more specific description, as all we know is that it’s located near “trains, buses, and shops,” but for those of us who live a hop, skip, and a bus ride away from the closest subway station, the proximity sounds pretty appealing. We’re not gonna hide the real selling point in this one though: they’ve got a chandelier.


4br kensington

  • $2,275 gets you a grand total of 4BR in this Kensington apartment off the F and G trains. In addition to having a washer/dryer, the place also has hardwood floors, high ceilings (good for your creative energies), and “unique archways” (good for dramatic entrances and exits).

Check our real estate listings for a whole bunch more of apartment deals around Brooklyn.

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