Apartments under $2,000: Bedford-Stuyvesant

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1BR, $1,300—RENTED
Classon Ave between Clifton Pl and Lafayette Ave
Included: No utilities included
Broker fee: 12 percent of the yearly rent
To move in: First and last month’s rent, one-month security
The apartment: This apartment is a fantastic deal: Located on the same block as the Classon G train, it has great light, a huge eat-in kitchen, an enormous bathroom with a tub, hardwood floors in the lofty living room and an average-size bedroom. The 19th-century building has a carriage house in the back that can be viewed from the kitchen and bathroom windows. There is only one other unit here, making this a quiet and private place. It would be perfect for a couple—although the bedroom isn’t huge, the space as a whole is so big, each person would have plenty of room to breathe.
Contact: Iman Inde, Ideal Properties Group, 718-840-2757

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Studio, $1,150
832 Quincy St between Patchen and Ralph Aves, No. 3R
Included: Electricity
Broker’s fee: None
To move in: First and last month’s rent
The apartment: This brownstone studio is definitely a step up from other spots I saw in the area: The room is large, and I could envision the apartment becoming a nice living space. But even though there’s a police station on the end of the block, the street still didn’t feel so safe. Great price though.
Contact: Vic Rettic, Openhouse Group, 646-675-8110

Alphabet City | Battery Park City | Chelsea
Chinatown and Little Italy | East Village | Financial District
Hell's Kitchen | Lower East Side | Midtown East | Murray Hill and Gramercy
Soho | Upper East Side | Upper West Side | West Village
Bedford-Stuyvesant | Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo | Bushwick
Cobble Hill | Fort Greene and Clinton Hill | Greenpoint
Park Slope | Sunset Park | Williamsburg | Astoria
Long Island City | Sunnyside | Jersey City



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