This $4,750/Month Park Slope Townhouse Duplex Feels Like a Home

Posted On Tue, July 19, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, July 19, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Park Slope

We’re not sure what it is about this two-bedroom duplex occupying the top two floors of a lovely South Slope townhouse at 215 13th Street; like the neighborhood, it’s laid-back rather than fancy, but the 1,200-square-foot rental looks like it has everything you’d need to move right in and make yourself at home. Asking $4,750 a month, the duplex includes a big, bright kitchen for gathering and cooking, a charming rear deck for outdoor chilling, a bath and a half for not having to climb stairs to use the baño, office space, big closets and a washer-dryer.

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You definitely get that open-yet-cozy Brooklyn townhouse feeling when you enter the first floor; high ceilings, moldings and lovely inlaid hardwood floors have been well-kept and given a bright white finish. The living/family room opens up to the dining area and a big open kitchen with room for the whole crew.

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The kitchen windows and doors open out onto a private deck, good for grilling, entertaining or checking up on your friendly South Slope neighbors.

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Upstairs, two good-sized bedrooms have the same bright white walls and detailed moldings. One of the two has a separate nook for sleeping or use as an office, and both have ample closets. A full bath and washer/dryer are up here as well.

[215 13th Street, Unit 2 by Michael Hahn for Compass]

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