Here the developers have gutted a small one-family and turned it into three small open-plan apartments, each with two bedrooms. (The listing says there’s an owner’s duplex, but going by the floor plan, it seems to be referring to the cellar.) Some charm still remains in the form of beautiful fireplaces and the exterior, which has curb appeal to spare.
We could see these selling as separate condo units, or the whole thing appealing to an investor, but we’re not sure about an owner occupant, who might want more space.
(PropertyShark says the 18-by-40-foot building has slightly less than 2,500 square feet, but we calculate only 2,160. A new certificate of occupancy for a three-family seems to be in the works, going by DOB permits.)
Do you think the ask of $1,999,000 makes sense?