Park Slope Rental Roundup: 2-Bedroom Apartments

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238 5th Ave #3L via Corcoran
Looking for a new place to call home? We’ve rounded up a bunch of 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartments that are currently available to rent in the neighborhood— take a look at the details, and let us know what you think. Lots of luck in your search!

415 9th Street, #2
Price: $3,200
Available: July 1
Details: A 2-bed, 1-bath sponsor rental in a co-op, this apartment is pet-friendly and has a common courtyard and roofdeck, just in time to enjoy in the warmer weather. The kitchen’s been renovated and has new appliances, including a dishwasher. Plus, you’re half a block from the F/G at 7th Ave.
Contact: Listed by TB Shaw, 718-768-0100

761 Union Street, Garden
Price: $3,000
Available: Immediately
Details: You may not be able to have a dog here, but the private backyard could be just the draw for the non-dog owners out there. The kitchen looks like a nice space to cook the meals you’ll be enjoying out in that backyard. And it’s just up the block from Union Hall, in case you don’t want to measure out your own bocci court.
Contact: Listed by Douglas Elliman, 212-727-6136

238 5th Avenue, #3L
Price: $2,850
Available: Immediately
Details: A “convertible 3-bedroom” (so, a 2-bedroom that could be partitioned off in some way), this space (pictured above) is pet-friendly and shares are welcome. Plus, you can basically roll out of bed and pick up breakfast at 5th Avenue Bageltique, if that’s your bagel of choice.
Contact: Listed by Corcoran, 347-489-7902

489 4th Street, #3
Price: $2,700
Available: Immediately
Details: A block and a half from Prospect Park, this apartment is on the top floor of a brownstone. The kitchen cabinets and counters give it an interesting French country look, and that space could fit a small table. You can’t enjoy it with a furry friend, though, as no pets are allowed.
Contact: Listed by Douglas Elliman, 718-840-2043

89 4th Avenue, #3
Price: $2,250
Available: Immediately
Details: Granted you’re going to have to live on one of the busiest streets in the area, but that’s quite a bargain for a 2-bed apartment — in fact, we looked at a 1-bedroom a couple blocks up 4th Ave recently for just a bit less (and it’s still available). This one is just a basic, no-frills space, and maybe the ceilings are a little low (or the doors are really tall?), but again, hard to beat that price.
Contact: Listed by Urban Realty NYC, 917-597-4411

Photo via Corcoran

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