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About this Property
New to Market! 151-153 86th Street is a huge brick two family home and very special in so many ways! It was custom built on an extra deep double lot (40 X 125) and meticulously maintained by the same family for years. There are separate entrances and separate staircases to each apartment with a common South-facing terrace in between. Configured as an owners duplex with a rental unit above, there are 4+ bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Each apartment offers gracious layouts and exceptional outdoor space specifically designed with entertaining in mind.As you enter the expansive living and dining room of the owners duplex, you will find beautiful hardwood floors, a wood burning fireplace and tremendous natural light from the floor-to-ceiling front glass windows. The large eat-in-kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 2 baths complete this floor. The lower level features a large recreation room, bathroom, office currently used as a bedroom, laundry room and plenty of storage closets. A separate side entrance that leads to this level makes this duplex an ideal mother/daughter unit or just private accommodations for visiting guests. There are gorgeous landscaped grounds and parking on premise for four cars! A two-car garage plus two more spots in the private driveway. Perfectly located near all that Bay Ridge has to offer. It is just two blocks to the trains and express bus to Manhattan, to shopping on 86 Street, to restaurants on 3rd Avenue and the parks along Shore Road. 151-153 86th Street is truly special with so many possibilities convert to a grand one family; live in one unit and rent out the other; use as an investment property. First Open House this Sunday November 10th from 12-2pm
Details
  • Status:Active
  • Size:3050 Sq Ft
  • Type:House
  • ID:5890229
  • Tax:1512
  • Year Built:1950
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Tax:$1,512
5 BA
5 BD
Diane Henning
Corcoran
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