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382 3rd Street, #5

Co-op | rented
5th Avenue and 6th Avenue
WEB ID: 5553466
    • 3 BEDS
    • 1 BATHS
    • PRE-WAR
    • BUILT 1920

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    About 382 3rd Street, #5

    APPLICATION ACCEPTED. Enter this full-floor bright and airy three-bedroom apartment into a large inviting living/dining area that includes a working wood-burning fireplace, Brooklyn/Manhattan skyline and tree top views along with amazing western sunsets. Sun pours in from the 11 generously-sized windows situated for four exposures. There are 2 large bedrooms and 1 smaller one, but it would eas...

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    382 3rd Street

    382 3rd Street

    Multi-Family Townhouse in Park Slope

    5th Avenue and 6th Avenue

    5 UNITS
    1920 BUILT