Updated7/17/2018
Added6/15/2018

25 Saint Marks Ave

About this Property
25 St Marks Avenue was designed by architect John Graham Glover for noted Brooklyn developer, F.E. Lewis and built in 1889 as the fifth of eleven similar contiguous houses on the street. This legal three-family Renaissance Revival townhouse with Romanesque Revival exterior elements of rough-cut stone flat-arched lintels above the door and windows is located in the landmark Park Slope Historic District. This quiet street is tremendously convenient to Prospect Park, Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Museum, BAM and Barclay's Center, all offering world class culture and entertainment moments away. Subway and LIRR transportation at Atlantic Terminal, Grand Army Plaza, 7th Avenue and Union Street stations provide easy access to all of NYC and Long Island. This 17½ foot wide townhouse is built 52 feet deep on a 100-foot lot with an additional 770 square feet of air rights to augment the transformation of this property with your architect and vision. The cellar level offers existing light and air enabling expanded living areas similar to those already completed on the block. Don't pass up this rare opportunity to literally create valuable square footage!
Details
  • Status:No Longer Available
  • Size:2750 Sq Ft
  • Type:Townhouse
  • ID:3282769
  • Tax:627
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