This unusual listing is for five investment properties in Bed Stuy (not Ocean Hill as the listing says). Four of the properties are circa-1900 Neo-Renassiance brick rowhouses, three of which have intact exteriors, including charming wooden porticos, and one of which has a commercial unit on the ground floor.
Also included is a wood frame house on the same block, for a total of six units. There are no interior photos.
The properties are located on Howard Street between Herikimer and Atlantic, a block that is likely to be upzoned if Mayor de Blasio’s housing plans are realized. For $1,750,000, do you think this is an interesting deal?