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112 North 7th Street, #3F

Rental Building | rented
Wythe Avenue and Berry Street
WEB ID: 2129973
$1,950
    • 1 BEDS
    • 1 BATHS
    • PRE-WAR
    • N, S EXPOSURE
    • BUILT 1910

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    About 112 North 7th Street, #3F

    Only one block from the Bedford stop on the L train Unit #3F is a newly renovated 1 bedroom apartment in a 5 unit townhouse. Featuring brand new gorgeous wood floors, a stylishly modern kitchen and bathroom, deocrative fireplace, original moldings, a large shared backyard, free storage, and laundry in the building. This sunny apartment combines homey comfort with modern convenience. While the n...

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      112 North 7th Street

      112 North 7th Street

      Multi-Family Townhouse in Williamsburg

      Wythe Avenue and Berry Street

      5 UNITS
      4 STORIES
      1910 BUILT