This freestanding brick two-family in East New York consists of two spacious floor-through apartments with some nice early 20th century details. The mechanicals are updated as are the kitchens and baths. The top floor apartment has four bedrooms and plenty of closets; the ground floor apartment is a three-bedroom with access to the basement.
The building is about 3,000 square feet and 23 feet wide on a 30 by 100 lot. It looks close enough to the elevated track that noise could be an issue, but it’s also convenient to the 1, 2, 3, and L trains. At $599,000, do you think it would be a good investment property?