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Henry Miller House, 662 Driggs Avenue, TOPFLOOR - Williamsburg, New York
This summer, live in this stunning floorthrough in the historical townhouse that Henry Miller grew up in (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/03/nyregion/thecity/03mill.html). Just a few blocks from the Bedford L sits this historical townhouse. Here is your opportunity to rent this spacious 900 square foot one bedroom for the summer starting June 1st until the end of September. Enjoy 360 degrees of windows and 4 skylights for a ton of light. This inspiring space is the perfect place to spend your summer. All utilities are included in the price (limit on electric). Even internet. Just pack your bags and bring the suitcase. Call today to view.
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