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833 PUTNAM AVE, #3

Rental Building | rented
Malcolm X Boulevard and Patchen Avenue
WEB ID: 5949628
  • 1.5 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS

The Details

About 833 PUTNAM AVE, #3

Welcome home to 833 Putnam Ave, a massive 1-bedroom apartment with huge walk-in closet (could be used as small 2nd bedroom) in trendy Bed-Stuy. This home features... - Formal living room & dining room - Hardwood floors throughout - Beautiful pre-war detail - Good light - Short distance to great bars & restaurants (The Wilky, Toad Style, Bed-Stuy Fish Fry, and much more!) - A few short blocks f...

key features
  • Good light
  • Great closet space
  • Hardwood floors
  • Prewar detail
  • Walk-in closets

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