502A Monroe Street is a 3-story 2-family 19th century townhouse in Bedford Stuyvesant in Brooklyn. Original period details grace the home, located close to the A and C trains on Fulton Street. Vibrant neighborhood with art galleries, Zagat-rated restaurants and Michelen rated L'Antagoniste, bars and coffee shops.
Cradled by that indefinable Brooklyn state of mind, Bedford Stuyvesant is a lifestyle, a fellowship, a historic community with a monumental identity. Popularly known as Bed-Stuy, the neighborhood, lined with Victorian homes, brownstones and limestones of olden days, exerts a strong pull on the neighboring artistic enclaves of Williamsburg and Bushwick, the ever-popular Crown Heights, Clinton Hill and Fort Greene, always reinventing itself and validating its historic narrative. A diverse concoction of ideas, people, and energy, Bed-Stuy is a bustling neighborhood woven into the streetscapes of Brooklyn, committed to its historic roots and landmarks, and intent on charting its own, culturally rich and exciting future.