43 Madison Street, #4F

Rental Building | for Rent
Classon Avenue and Franklin Avenue
WEB ID: 3814020
$2,950
    • 3 BEDS
    • 1 BATHS
    • PRE-WAR

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    About 43 Madison Street, #4F

    Spacious 3 bedroom apartment steps from transportation. The building is around the corner of trendy Franklin Avenue. The unit features an separate kitchen, hardwood floors through the unit, large windows with great light exposure and much more! Conveniently located near PRATT Institute, near the A/C/G train and the express bus. Steps away from coffee shops, bars, restaurants, groceri...

    key features
    • Pet friendly
    • Dishwasher
    • Excellent light
    • Hardwood floors
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    43 Madison Street

    43 Madison Street

    Apartment Building in Bedford-Stuyvesant

    Classon Avenue and Franklin Avenue

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