Updated3/15/2019
Added2/12/2019
About this Property
Rare to the market-this charming 2-story free-standing tudor is located on a lovely quiet tree lined-side street. Stunningly restored and renovated, this move-in ready home is as functional as it is beautiful. Enter into the large living room with a handsome, working fireplace. Just across the living room and through the arched doorway is the parlor for an additional seating and entertaining space. Beautifully restored hard hardwood floors can be found throughout the home. The renovated kitchen features a stainless-steel Blue Star range, a Bosch dishwasher, a Fisher Paykel refrigerator and is conveniently located across from the dining area. The large dining room is perfect for hosting a grand dinner party! Both the dining and kitchen windows overlook the house's private outdoor space. A charming powder room is located just between the living and dining areas. The newly-installed windows are abundant and create a light and airy space with multiple exposures. The second floor features four generously sized bedrooms and a full bathroom. Multiple closets can be found in nearly every room in the house but there is abundant additional storage in the basement. Also located in the basement are a brand new LG washer and dryer.Street parking is plentiful in this area but there are also multiple transportation options including Q & B trains at Newkirk Plaza, 2 & 5 trains at Newkirk Station, and the B8, B49, B41 buses. The Flatbush YMCA is only 4 blocks away. Also within a few blocks are Brooklyn College, Midwood Montessori, Midwood High School, Kings Theatre, Target, and an assortment of grocery and restaurant options.
Property History
  • 3/15/2019Information Last Updated
  • 2/12/2019Added to Brownstoner by Douglas Elliman at 1499000
  • 3/15/2019No Longer Available
Details
  • Status:No Longer Available
  • Size:2056 Sq Ft
  • Type:Townhouse
  • ID:3671021
  • Tax:567
Brownstoner Features
Location
Tax:$567
1 BA
1 ½BA
4 BD
Rebekah Carver
Douglas Elliman
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