About this Property
Located on a prized neighborhood block, this sprawling home of over 6,000 square feet was designed in 1900 with a brick and shingle facade and wrap-around front porch. Upon opening the front door, a visitor is greeted by a gracious entry space with intact historic details including elaborate plasterwork and mantles that flank either end of the nearly 40 wide space. The rest of the first floor consists of a large living room with intact wood paneling/built-ins, a large oval shaped dining room, a large kitchen with separate pantry and original built-ins, a half bath, and a rear enclosed porch. The second floor consists of a total of six bedrooms and three bathrooms of varying sizes, all of which have multiple exposures and intact historic details including mantles, wood floors, and plasterwork. A back staircase leads to the third floor which has full height ceilings and windows, and consists of an additional four bedrooms that can be used as such or as playrooms/offices/studios, as well as a full bath. The basement level has a large laundry room, a craft/hobby room, and large open space for storage. The house sits on a rectangular lot with mature plantings, and plenty of room to enjoy the outdoors/gardening as well as a parking area for two cars.
Located just a couple blocks from the express trains (Q & B) which provide access to Manhattan in 30 minutes, and as well to the shopping/dining on Church Avenue and Cortelyou Road, yet on a pin-drop quiet tree-lined street. Seize the opportunity to be only the 4th owner of this rare Brooklyn gem that has it all - space, historic details, greenspace, parking, and proximity to public transportation / shopping. Shown by appointment.
- Status:No Longer Available
- Type:Single Family
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