Weirfield St

Brooklyn, NY 11221  |  Apartment

$2,450

3 beds, 2 baths, 950 sqft

Listing Info for Weirfield St

Designed for the busy trendy New Yorker. This apartment is layed out to remove clutter improve your living lifestyle. Modern design to entertain guests while keeping things personal with the large walk in closets. 2-Exposed brick fireplaces, hardwood floors and granite bath kitchen complete your Brooklyn living! ALL utilities can be included. Art-Deco building in the heart of Bushwick, Brooklyn. the cool yet affordable part of Brooklyn. The building is fully renovated. All units updated with a modern and trendy appeal. Large shared roof deck to entertain friends and family. Located just 2-blocks to the J Train few blocks to...
L Train HALSEY stop and puts you 20 minutes to Union and 35 minutes to Times.

Property Details

Rental Fee $2,450 Property Type Apartment
Bedrooms 3 Community Not available
Bathrooms 2 Zip 11221
Size 950 sq. ft. Pets Allowed Please inquire
ID # 46644011 Garage Please inquire
Direct Link rentalsource.com/46644011 Last Updated Yesterday

Amenities & Features

Unit Amenities
•  Balcony/Patio
•  Cable/Satellite TV
•  Fireplace
•  Hardwood Floors
Community Features
•  Public Transportation

Rental Terms

1 Year Lease

Additional Info

Apartment located at Weirfield St in Brooklyn, NY 11221 has 3 beds, 2 baths, 950 square feet and available to rent for $2,450. Weirfield St was listed on RentalSource 12 days ago by Rick Autry. Weirfield St is in zip code 11221 which is located in Brooklyn, NY. The rental price of $2,450 is 7% lower than the average rental price of $2,642 for apartment rentals in 11221 and 15% lower than the average rental price of $2,916 for apartment rentals in Brooklyn, NY.

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