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382 Chauncey Street

Apt. 1
Between Howard Avenue and Saratoga Avenue
Rental
Per Month $2,195

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Subway Lines
Subway number C Subway number J Subway number Z
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number C Ralph Ave - Fulton St
Subway number J Weirfield St - Broadway
Subway number Z Moffat St - Broadway
Essentials
Price $2,195
Type Rental Building
Bedrooms 2
Bathroom 1
Rooms 4
Exposure East & West
Key Features
Pet friendly
Exposed brick
Hardwood floors
Office

NO FEE • In a really lovely Romanesque Revival townhouse, on the Stuyvesant heights/Ocean Hill border, is this large two-bedroom, private floor-through, with a huge home office or den that can also sleep guests. It's move-in ready and freshly painted: parlor floor, exposed brick, windowed kitchen, new stainless steel appliances, wide plank solid wood floors, pet-friendly. Conveniently located between two subway lines, the C and the J. Upstairs unit #2 also available.

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Licensed RE Salesperson
M: (917) 364-1662
P: (212) 444-7889
See my 4 other rental listings
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (212) 444-7844
P: (917) 439-3856
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M: (917) 887-0759
P: (917) 887-0759
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382 Chauncey Street
Romanesque Revival townhouse, sits on the border of the historic Stuyvesant Heights and Ocean Hill neighborhoods in Brooklyn. It is a 20' wide by 55' deep building, on a 20' by 75' lot; and features a light-toned masonry facade; bay window with arched openings; rusticated stone and brick ornament; and it's original cornice at the roof line. building class B-1; three stories; and measures 3300 gross square feet total. Nearest subway lines J, Z, & C.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1910
2 floors
Amenities
Guarantors allowed

382 Chauncey Street
Apt. 1
Between Howard Avenue and Saratoga Avenue
Rental
Essentials
Price $2,195
Type Rental Building
Bedrooms 2
Bathroom 1
Rooms 4
Exposure East & West

NO FEE • In a really lovely Romanesque Revival townhouse, on the Stuyvesant heights/Ocean Hill border, is this large two-bedroom, private floor-through, with a huge home office or den that can also sleep guests. It's move-in ready and freshly painted: parlor floor, exposed brick, windowed kitchen, new stainless steel appliances, wide plank solid wood floors, pet-friendly. Conveniently located between two subway lines, the C and the J. Upstairs unit #2 also available.

Licensed RE Salesperson
M: (917) 364-1662
P: (212) 444-7889
See my 4 other rental listings
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (212) 444-7844
P: (917) 439-3856
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (917) 887-0759
P: (917) 887-0759
Pet friendly
Exposed brick
Hardwood floors
Office
Bedford-Stuyvesant
Living in Bedford-Stuyvesant
Bedford-Stuyvesant’s coolness credentials are impeccable. Pronounced bed-sty (rhymes with “my”), New York City’s famous Brooklyn neighborhood featured in lyrics to Billy Joel’s “You May Be Right”, was practically its own character in Spike Lee’s film, Do the Right Thing, and was a source of inspiration for comedian Chris Rock’s television show, Everybody Hates Chris. Living in Bedford-Stuyvesant means inheriting, embracing, and celebrating a rich architectural and social legacy.
Subway Lines
Subway number C Subway number J Subway number Z
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number C Ralph Ave - Fulton St
Subway number J Weirfield St - Broadway
Subway number Z Moffat St - Broadway
382 Chauncey Street
Romanesque Revival townhouse, sits on the border of the historic Stuyvesant Heights and Ocean Hill neighborhoods in Brooklyn. It is a 20' wide by 55' deep building, on a 20' by 75' lot; and features a light-toned masonry facade; bay window with arched openings; rusticated stone and brick ornament; and it's original cornice at the roof line. building class B-1; three stories; and measures 3300 gross square feet total. Nearest subway lines J, Z, & C.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1910
2 floors
Amenities
Guarantors allowed