Douglas Elliman describes this three-family brick townhouse as “remarkable,” but the dropped ceilings, new floors and Home Depot-style kitchens look pretty run of the mill to us. A C of O from 1919 says the first and second floors were used for manufacturing. It later became a daycare, and finally a three family in 1990.
With recently updated mechanicals, according to the listing, we could see it as an investment property or a gut renovation for a family that wants something modern. It last changed hands in November for $1,400,000. Do you find the current ask of $2,295,000 “remarkable” or is that what places around here are going for these days?