Vinegar Hill is, in many ways, a relic of decades past.
This sleepy little neighborhood has retained a sense of 19th century charm despite the modernization that has encroached upon it from all sides. The area was named for a 1798 battle of the Irish Rebellion; “Vinegar Hill” was an English translation of a Gaelic term meaning “hill of the wood of the berries.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 38% New Building
- 21% Luxury Highrise
- 12% Pre War
- 6% Loft Building
- 4% Elevator Building
The apartment is on the third floor. It was renovated, has new windows, new floor, a new kitchen with a dishwasher. There are many closets in the apartment. Each bedroom is large and might fit a king size bed. There is in-unit laundry. Building is located on A,C, and F lines. It is just five minutes away from Brooklyn Bridge Park with summer outdoor movies, playgrounds, and many other events during the whole year. There are many bars, groceries, and restaurants around. It is a very pleasant location with an easy access to Manhattan (5 minutes driving). Enjoy the area riding your bike to waterfront area (just 4 blocks away), or looking at sunset with a gorgeous view of the City, or visiting local restaurants!
$3,700, Two Bedrooms, 1.0 Bathroom
- 1000 sq. ft.
- Web ID: 0131
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