#CompassComingSoon! Unit B at 111 Vanderbilt Avenue is a rarely available 2 bedroom 1.5 bathroom duplex with a private patio and deeded parking on a charming, historic block where Clinton Hill and Fort Greene merge. With its own entrance, the condominium feels more like a private home with plenty of closets, an eat-in-kitchen fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, half bath, and a living room that opens to the Evergreen lined patio, while both bedrooms (large enough for king and queen sized beds, respectively) are located on the second floor along with a full bathroom and vented washer-dryer. This incredibly priced home is ready to be occupied as-is, while still presenting a tremendous opportunity for a buyer to add their own personal touch and increase the home's value with some cosmetic changes. Surrounded by universities including Pratt Institute and Long Island University, residents of this community enjoy the small, college town feel of the neighborhood, while economically benefiting from the expansion of Navy Yard two blocks away with plans for a craft distillery, coffee roaster, galleries, ferry terminal, and workspace to house Brooklyn's industrial, creative, tech, and innovation sectors. An array of top-rated restaurants along Myrtle Avenue offering international cuisine, lively bars, cozy cafes, weekly Farmer's Market in nearby Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn Grange (NYC's first and largest rooftop farm), DeKalb Market, and the new 79,000 square foot Wegmans supermarket, already make the neighborhood a destination spot for even the most discerning foodies. The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, BRIC arts and media institution, and Barclays Center provide entertainment for all. Nearby trains include the G at Clinton/Washington and C at Fulton or head downtown for the B/Q/R at Dekalb and 2/3/4/5 at Nevins for easy access to Manhattan.