43 CUMBERLAND ST in Fort Greene

Fort Greene

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The Fort Green area is sometimes referred to as Little Europe due to the many Europeans who have made this beautiful neighborhood their home.

Fort Greene’s current population is around 15,900. The neighborhood is valued as being both diverse and prestigious. The architecture consists predominantly of brownstones.

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Building Mix

  • 20% Luxury Highrise
  • 19% Brownstone
  • 13% Pre War
  • 10% Walk-Up
  • 9% Elevator/Laundry Building
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Descriptions of 43 Cumberland St

Fort Greene is truly the hot spot of Brooklyn with its gorgeous tree-lined brownstone blocks, quaint cafes, shops and great restaurants and many trains at Atlantic Terminal, not to mention beautiful Fort Greene Park. Kamilah Cook (May 2011)
It's spacious with a modern kitchen, hardwood floors, exposed brick, includes heat and hot water, high ceilings, tile kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a dish washer and with great natural light. Kim Hill (Aug 2013)
It features exposed brick, hardwood floors throughout, kitchen with dishwasher, 2 separate bedrooms at opposite sides for maximum privacy, closet in both rooms, and full bathroom with tub. Baruchyah Johnson (Aug 2014)
On Cumberland between Park and Flushing, near many citi bike stations, the navy yard Easy access to Williamsburg, trains are a bit of a way away so please be ok with that before viewing. Tim Intravia (Feb 2014)
Intercom, Hwd Flrs, New Appliances, Video intercom, Near shopping on Myrtle Ave, Near Dekalb Ave with lots of restaurants and bars, Outdoor Space. Jason Pierre (Jun 2011)
The sort of neighborhood to show outdoor movies and host nearly famous flea markets, Fort Greene makes the most of its tree-lined public spaces. Upscale speakeasies and independent bodegas add to this conspicuously hip Brooklyn neighborhood's overt charm. Marvin Worrell (Jul 2013)
The MTA Trip Planner estimates the travel time to Broadway Lafayette BDFM at 31 minutes taking the bus to the F train at York Street. Access to buses on Flushing, Park and Myrtle, A C at Lafayette or High Street, F at York and, G at Fulton. Simon Day (Sep 2014)
Restaurants, laundromat/dry cleaner, schools, shopping, parks, playgrounds, buses and trains for a short commute to Manhattan. Lena Martinez (Sep 2014)
I am positive that I can find you a space that meets your needs in a neighborhood which caters to your desires. Debra Tomic (Sep 2014)
Quiet Neighborhood, Shopping nearby, Restaurants nearby, Near public transportation, Exposed brick. Leanna Pearson (Jun 2013)
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building details

Floors: 4
Units: 8
Floor area: 5280
Year built: 1920

Building Median Rents

3br: $3,500

Nearby Schools

Dr. Susan S. Mckinney Secondary School Of The Arts
Secondary School
101 PARK AVENUE
Fort Greene Preparatory Academy
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
100 CLERMONT AVENUE
P.S. 067 Charles A. Dorsey
Elementary
51 SAINT EDWARDS STREET
P.S. 046 Edward C. Blum
Elementary
100 CLERMONT AVENUE
Benjamin Banneker Academy
High school
71-77 CLINTON AVENUE
Khalil Gibran International Academy
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
50 NAVY STREET
P.S. 287 Bailey K. Ashford
Elementary
50 NAVY STREET
Urban Assembly Academy Of Arts And Letters
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
225 ADELPHI STREET
P.S. 020 Clinton Hill
Elementary
225 ADELPHI STREET
Satellite West Middle School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
209 YORK STREET
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