736 A Union Street Unit: 4
736 A Union Street Unit: 4
736 A Union Street Unit: 4
736 A Union Street Unit: 4
736 A Union Street Unit: 4
736 A Union Street Unit: 4
736 A Union Street Unit: 4

736 A Union Street Unit: 4

2 Beds 2 Baths Sq.Ft.


This beautful top floor 2BR/2BA is located in the heart of Park Slope on Union Street between 5th and 6th Ave. Enjoy everything 5th ave has to offer with a strip of restaurants, coffee shops, clothing stores and much more. The apartment is within minites from the R train at 4th Ave and Union Street. The large en-suite can easily fit a king size bed with enough space for a dresser and much more, enjoy the natural sunlight throw the bay windows that face the front of the building. The second bedroom is perfect for a home office or a guest room. Hardwood floors throughout the unit with baseboard heating. The large open living room area can fit a dining room table perfect for entertaining guest. Lots of cabinets in the cute cozy kitchen. This is a top floor unit (walk up) There is no laundry in the unit or the building. Tenants pay for all utilties (heat, hot water, gas and electricity) Sorry but this building is not pet friendly.

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736 A Union Street Unit: 4, Brooklyn, NY 11215



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Danielle Lattarulo

Danielle Lattarulo


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Laundry room See Remarks
Flooring Hardwood
Total Bedrooms: 2
Full Bathrooms: 2
Area & Lot
Living area Sq.Ft.
MLS® ID COMP-1439463353748119289
Year Built 1920
Type Condo
Status Leased
Stories 4
Heat type Baseboard
Lease Price $4,000/mo

Park Slope

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