Spacious and sunlit, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom, shared apartment is an ideal home for college students and working professionals moving to Queens. Located on a quiet, dead-end street near the border of Ridgewood and East Williamsburg, this 935-square-foot unit has been recently remodeled and comes fully loaded with brand-new kitchen appliances, electric heating, and lots of closet space for storage. Additional features include freshly painted walls, lots of windows, hardwood floors, and high ceilings. Bedrooms are large enough to accommodate queen-size beds and additional furniture like nightstands and dressers or desks if you need a personal workspace. The master bedroom boasts exposed brick walls, large windows for natural light, and a separate wing that can be used as a home office or personal dressing room. The kitchen offers a view of the backyard and features new countertops, beautiful backsplash tiling, and lots of cabinet space. This apartment also has hookups for a washer and dryer combination. This home includes a common home office. One of the best neighborhoods in Queens, Ridgewood is a laid-back area with a unique mix of charming homes and bustling commercial streets. It is located on the Queens-Brooklyn border, making it an ideal spot for those that want to enjoy the best of both neighborhoods. Single-family rowhouses built between 1905 and 1920 dominate most of the housing stock in Ridgewood, while mixed-use apartment buildings and newer, low-rise condominiums occupy streets near the Brooklyn border. The affordable price tags on apartments in Ridgewood compared to those in Brooklyn attract an eclectic demographic from all over New York City. This charming neighborhood is home to actors, artists, college students, families, and numerous working professionals. Served by five New York City Subway stations, Ridgewood is a great area for commuters that prefer to utilize public transportation. Less than five miles from Downtown Brooklyn, this pedestrian-friendly neighborhood is also ideal for bicycle commuters. Situated on the second floor of a two-story, brick rowhouse, this lovely apartment comes equipped with WiFi and a flat-screen TV in the living room, which can easily accommodate a sofa, coffee table, and dining table with three chairs. Located less than a mile from Knickerbocker Avenue, one of Brooklyn’s busiest commercial districts, this apartment is perfect for someone who wants to live close to a plethora of nightlife options and popular restaurants. A ten-minute walk will get you to Jefferson Street station for the L train on the BMT Canarsie Line, which operates at all times. June offers flexible leasing options if you are unsure how long you plan to stay in Queens....
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