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Dwell - St. Marks

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Dwell St. Marks is a mansion surrounded by calm. A beautiful, fully-furnished home, Dwell St. Marks is the ideal choice for someone looking for tranquility amid their busy schedule. With an amazing rooftop view, a spacious backyard, and a convenient location, you’ll have everything you need to make living large in the big city simple.

Here’s a list of a few of the amenities included in your rent:
- Beautiful, fully-furnished rooms and common areas
- Complimentary bread, eggs, juice, olive oil, snacks, and breakfast items
- Wifi + utilities
- Weekly professional cleaning
- Grocery deliveries
- Washer and dryer
- Flat-screen TV with Netflix and Hulu
- An Amazon Echo
- A welcoming and fun community where you can be alone, but never lonely

Living Dwell-
Flexibility: Lease lengths that work for you, plus everything you need to move in right away and take off when life’s next chapter calls.
Community: A kind and welcoming community to make taking on the chaos of the city and meeting new people simple.
Comfort: Beautiful homes for modern living. A place you can call your own.
Affordability: Don’t sweat paying broker’s fees and utility bills, Dwell has you covered.
From £1094/month Minimum Stay 3 Months


All-inclusive Bill
Dining Area
In-house Food
Laundry Facilities
Must Apply
Outdoor Space
Room Cleaning
Secured Door Entry


From £1094/month

Private Bedroom

Private bedroom with access to shared bathroom and all communal areas


Brooklyn, New York City, United States

Brooklyn, the "Borough of Homes and Churches," is one of the five Boroughs of New York. It used to be and still feels much like a city in its own right, with approximately 2.5 million inhabitants. Brooklyn is currently enjoying a period of growth and affluence not seen since before World War II. There's world-class theater at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the center of a proposed new arts district that will include a new art museum and a highly controversial Frank Gehry-designed sports area home for the NBA's Nets. Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Brooklyn's Prospect Park as well as Manhattan's Central Park, thought his Brooklyn creation the finer of the two. Elsewhere in the borough, Williamsburg is a hipster neighborhood and burgeoning art colony, and Brighton Beach is home to New York's largest concentration of Russian immigrants.

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