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38 Schermerhorn Street, #4

Rental Building | rented
WEB ID: 5970381
  • 1 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS

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About 38 Schermerhorn Street, #4

No Fee- Brooklyn Heights beauty.. Well maintained building. Sunny 1 Bedroom with southern exposures, fantastic location, heat and hot water included. Trader Joe's and YMCA and all the restaurants on Smith and Court. Short distance to the Borough Hall subway. Great opportunity to move to Brooklyn's best and most convenient neighborhood! The neighborhood has so much to offer. Heat and Hot water ...

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    38 Schermerhorn Street

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