This three-bedroom on Dahill Road in Kensington is unusually spacious, with large and well-lit common spaces. And it’s got some nice prewar detail as well. It’d work for a family or would be a prime share for three roommates.
Said details include archways, parquet floors and moldings. The built-in bookshelves in the living room are a nice addition.
On top of the large living room, there’s a dining room, an eat-in kitchen, and an additional dining or office space to boot. Like we said, a lot of common space.
Bedrooms are in the rear. None are pictured, but they’re all of respectable size, with a closet in each. There’s a half-bath in addition to the main bathroom, which has some nice old-school black and white floor tiling.
The large terrace is a plus. It’s concrete and brick, and looks out onto Dahill Road, so it’s not exactly a landscaped oasis, but it’s still nice to have — and it’s large enough to house a bocci court.
The rent includes gas as well as heat and hot water, and the F and G trains are a block away. Prospect Park’s not ultra-close, but it’s a 10-minute walk or a quick bike ride.
The broker is Ilisa Crosby of Douglas Elliman, and our guess is she won’t sweat to hard to find takers at $3,750 a month. What do you think?
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