About this Property
448 Waverly has been configured as a single-family dwelling for as far back as documents show and offers 3500 square feet of living space. Measuring 25 x 35 on four floors, the house is full of original detail from top to bottom including five fireplaces with marble and wood mantles, etched glass and pocket doors, wide plank hardwood floors, and crown moldings. Enter under the stoop into the English basement and youll find the dining room and the kitchen which still has its cast iron stove from earlier days. Enter up the stoop and be greeted by two large parlors, each with a fireplace, one with lovely built-in cabinets and shelving.
The large master bedroom on the second floor is flanked by two smaller bedrooms and a full bath. Finally, two additional bedrooms, another full bath and an open living space are found on the top floor.
The beautiful back porch and garden are reminiscent of a time when suburban villas began to appear in what was then still a rural area.
450 Waverly Avenue has served as a multi-family homes for generations. Currently configured with three apartments (2 one-bedrooms and 1 two-bedroom) from the parlor floor up, with the English basement housing the mechanicals, this house too is rich with period details including original mantels, wide-plank floors and crown moldings. While the original structure measures 25 x 35, an extension was built sometime later adding 500 square feet across two floors.
Located in the heart of vibrant Clinton Hill, surrounded by all that Fort Greene and Clinton Hill have to offer, including a vibrant dining scene, lovely playgrounds, Fort Greene Park, and easy access to the C and G trains, the location of these gems is fantastic.
- Status:No Longer Available
- Size:7000 Sq Ft
- Type:Mulit-residential Townhouse
- Year Built:1840
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