Designed by architect G.A Schellenger, this Queen Anne style red brick townhouse was built in 1899, according to the listing. It appears to have a fair amount of original detail still left, including moldings, a pier mirror, inlaid floors (although in need of some repair), pocket doors and shutters.
There is a finished cellar. It’s set up as three rentals over an owner’s duplex. According to HPD, it has (or had at one time) two class A units and three class B units (single room occupancies), although the DOB does not have a C of O on file for the building. The listing does not specify whether there are tenants or the house will be delivered vacant.
What do you think of it and the ask of $1,850,000?