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Property details 65th Street | 12th Avenue, Brooklyn | New York

1 bedroom Condo in Pristine Condition! Move right in! No need to do any work! Full Kitchen with a brand new refrigerator, microwave, pantry and dishwasher! Big, tiled bathroom with lots of cabinet space and a bathtub. Large, sunny living room with hardwood floors! Bedroom is private and quite spacious. There are two huge built-in sliding mirror door closets! Hardwood floors in the bedroom as well ad a nice, big window! There are 3 entrances into the condominium - main entrance through building, direct entrance through the garage and direct entrance from the yard. Heat & Hot water are Gas! Common charges are only $195.77 per month! Close to D and N trains and BQE! Across from Coptic Orthodox Church and close to I.S 187! Shopping is right around the corner! Pet friendly.
Location:65th Street | 12th Avenue
City, State:Brooklyn | New York
Size:600 sq ft
Rooms:3
Price:$295000
Status: Sold
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