1 bedroom home for rent
Avenue B, Staten Island, NY 10302 · Port Richmond

  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath

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Features & Amenities

  • Dishwasher
  • Hardwood floors
  • Renovated
  • Marble bath
  • Granite kitchen
  • Well-lit
  • Laundry in unit

Description

This beautiful 1BR offers a full kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counters, wide plank marble floors, and a bright marble bath. With in unit laundry, you will never have to leave the comfort of your home to wash your clothes.In a well maintained building with updated hallways and entrance, you will never dread coming home. This unit is conveniently located near the F, J, M, and Z trains. In this vibrant neighborhood, you will never grow bored with so much to do. Every night will be something new. To schedule your private viewing, contact me today.Christina BonnerMobile: (850) 508 - 1477

Apartable Overview

This unit is a 1 bedroom apartment offered for $2795 a month. The residence is located around the Port Richmond area of Staten Island. The residence boasts dishwasher, hardwood floors, renovated, marble bath, granite kitchen, well-lit, and, laundry in unit. Wood flooring give the apartment a nicer feel.

This listing is no longer active as of November 1st, 2013.

Neighborhood & Prices

This unit is located in Port Richmond, a neighborhood in Staten Island.

The average price of a 1 bed rental in Port Richmond is $1,200. This unit is listed for $2,795, which makes it 132.92% more expensive than the average 1 bed in this neighborhood.

Monthly Costs

Price $2,795
~$0.00/ft.2
~$2,795/bedroom
Included Utilities
  • water
  • gas
Net effect of broker fee $419
Bottom Line Price $3,214

Move-in Costs

First month's rent $2,795
Deposit $0
Application fee
15% Fee $5,031
Estimated Move-In Costs $7,826

Leasing Info

Move-in Date October 2, 2012
Lease term 1 year
Pet Policy
Posted at September 23, 2012
Last updated May 13, 2013

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Listed by
Christina Bonner