Bright apartment in historic Stuyvesant Heights brownstone offers a lot of space for $1,850/month

Posted On Thu, September 1, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, September 1, 2016 By In Bed Stuy, Cool Listings

With lots of space, a wealth of pre-war details and plenty of natural light, this third-floor one-bedroom-plus-office brownstone apartment at 513 Macon Street in the historic Stuyvesant Heights section of Bed-Stuy looks like a pretty good deal at $1,850 a month. It also offers a fully renovated kitchen and bath with new appliances and a convenient location near the A and C trains. Besides trees and townhouses, you’re surrounded by the restaurants and cafes that have been making this neighborhood a new favorite.

513 Macon Street Street, Cool Listings, Rentals, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn Rental,

Good-sized rooms include a big living room with shiny parquet wood floors and built-in storage cabinets.

513 Macon Street Street, Cool Listings, Rentals, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn Rental,

513 Macon Street Street, Cool Listings, Rentals, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn Rental,

The living room opens to the fully-remodeled and sunny eat-in kitchen, which has new appliances (including the rare-in-a-rental vented range) and plenty of cabinet space.

513 Macon Street Street, Cool Listings, Rentals, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn Rental,

513 Macon Street Street, Cool Listings, Rentals, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn Rental,

The light-filled bedroom has a decorative mantle and plenty of room for sitting. There’s also a small extra bonus space, perfect for a home office.

513 Macon Street Street, Cool Listings, Rentals, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn Rental,

The bath is renovated, roomy and windowed, and like the rest of the space, retains its townhouse charm.

[Listing: 513 Macon Street #3 by Duane Valeris and Anthony L. Morris for Corcoran Group]

[At CityRealty.com]

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