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Updated11/27/2019
Added7/24/2019
About this Property
*PRICE DROP! Now only $1.499! Make an OFFER!*Massive and Lovely two family Three story home with parking in the nexus of Windsor Terrace, Prospect Park South, and Kensington. This home offers the best of urban convenience and suburban size and proportions.Situated on an oversized 40foot lot, 226 East 7th street is currently set up as an owner's triplex consisting of 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, and a rental duplex consisting of 3 large bedrooms, a formal dining room, and a large living space. This lovingly maintained home offers beautifully preserved pre-war detail such as lovely woodwork such as mantles, staircases, door frames throughout, original stained glass windows, hardwood floors, tall ceilings, and lovely plaster moldings. The large unfinished basement offers another 1000s.f. that can be used as abundant storage, or a media room. You can use the home as is and collect robust rental income, or combine it into a grand single family residence -- the choice is all yours.Your new home is within a stone's throw away of Prospect Park, the Parade Grounds Sports Fields. Amazing cafes and eateries surround you -- La Loba Cantina, Wheated, Hinterlands, Hunger Pang, Lark, WerkStatt, and Parade Cafe is around the corner too. Located at the intersection of three amazing Brooklyn neighborhoods (Windsor Terrace, Prospect Park South, and Kensington) this home has over 2000s.f. of unused FAR. Convenient subway access to the F train at Ft Hamilton Pkwy, and the B,Q trains at Church avenue. This one is not to be missed!
Details
  • Status:No Longer Available
  • Size:2659 Sq Ft
  • Type:Mulit-residential Townhouse
  • ID:5829045
  • Tax:559
  • Year Built:1925
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