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This Week in Bed-Stuy Rentals

Looking for the perfect pad in Bed-Stuy? We've got you covered!

Apt A: This brownstone apartment is in a great location in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. $1,700/mo. The floors look great, the rooms are spacious with large windows to let the sunlight shine in and light up the apartment. The kitchen area is clean and modern so there will be no problem making culinary creations. Other amenities include nearby shopping, schools, bars/nightlife and public transportation. If you are ready to move call Shawn Cassidy at 718-781-3752.

Apt B: No-fee rental available immediately in a very large affordable two-room studio located at 829 Monroe Street. The unit has high ceilings, great light, only 1.5 blocks to the J & Z train at Gates Avenue station. $1,050/mo. Accepts guarantors. For quickest response please email ek@swythe.com with available times to view.

Apt C: Beautiful one-bedroom apartment available in a brownstone located at 265 Jefferson Avenue. I’ve got the perfect 1 bedroom apartment for rent on Jefferson Avenue in Brownstone Brooklyn, whose prior tenant just happens to be a Bravo network reality television star. See how the stars live in Bed-Stuy when you walk through this apartment located on the 3rd floor in a 19th-Century row house walk up. This unit boasts high ceilings, bay windows, exposed brick surfaces and rustic slate mantled fire places, both in the Living Room and Bedroom. Realize your lifestyle in this spacious apartment, complimented by the great galley style kitchen and bathroom with its charming finishes. $1,300/mo. For more information, go here.

Apt D: Two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment available near the Halsey Street J Line and right across the street from the lovely Saratoga Park. $1,500/mo. The apartment has been newly renovated with high ceilings and lots of light. Pets allowed. No fee if rented for Sept 1st move-in. For more information, contact Joseph Adago at 718-384-5304 or email at jadago@aptsandlofts.com.

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