Park Slope, often known as the baby stroller capital of the world, very much lives up to its reputation but is so much more than that.
While many young parents with children inhabit the neighborhood because of its excellent education system and proximity to Prospect Park, its lovely tree-lined streets, community focus, and selection of restaurants make it a wonderful neighborhood for anyone to live in.learn more about this neighborhood
#28Neighborhood popularity:based on Naked Apartments searches
- 24% Walk-Up
- 19% Pre War
- 18% Brownstone
- 8% Townhouse
- 7% New Building
You decide to go for a jog or bike ride through Prospect Park, which is minutes away
After you finish your run, you get to the building and the nice virtual doorman virtually opens the
door for you...
...and gives you the package from amazon that you were expecting any day now...
you take the elevator to your place, open up the package and it's your favorite book.
"Where to read it?", you think. You have a few options :
one of your SPACIOUS BEDROOMS
one of your Spacious Bathrooms
your private balcony
on the couch in you gorgeous living room...
... or on the amazing roof deck while getting a tan
(wait.. Your book is about gardening) you can use your new--found knowledge
to grow some plants or herbs or vegetable - WINNING
Either way, your happy
As if i didn't make it clear, you would be living in a luxury building in one
of the most sought after neighborhoods in Brooklyn
2 bed, 2 bath, stainless steel appliances
top of the line finishes
Hardwood floors and lots of natural light
AVAILABLE for AUGUST 1st. WONT LAST LONG
$3,900, Two Bedrooms, 2.0 Bathrooms
- Web ID: 2359982
RProspect Av (0.31 mi)
F G7th Av (0.47 mi)
F GProspect Park-15 St (0.48 mi)
F G R4 Av-9 St (0.49 mi)
R25th St (0.57 mi)
F GSmith-9th St (0.95 mi)
RUnion St (0.99 mi)
D N R36th St (1.05 mi)
F GFort Hamilton Parkway (1.11 mi)
F GCarroll St (1.2 mi)