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Updated1/4/2017
Added12/1/2015
About this Property
Now this feels like home! This 19th Century Brownstone used as a lower duplex and top floor rental has been in the same family for over 60 years. It has enormous rooms, lots of character and it's ready for the new loving owner to restore it to its full glory. As you go through this amazing home, it's easy to imagine just how grand it was in its heyday, with it's amazing double parlor with 11 foot ceilings, handsome pocket doors and its numerous other period details, like beautifully carved wood trim, crown molding, parquet flooring, the magnificent newel on the main staircase, decorative fire places, ceiling medallions, and parquet flooring. They just don't make homes like this anymore, but this one is ready for you to make your mark and renovate it to suit your taste, restoring period details, and, updating mechanicals and adding modern kitchens and bathrooms. There is so much to do in the neighborhood. Just a few blocks away, L'Antagoniste offers French food, Peaches offers a fresh take on Southern cuisine, Saraghina offers delicious pizza, pasta and artisanal cocktails, and, fresh baked bread and pastries at their bakery, Tepache and Oaxaca offer tacos and burritos, or you can enjoy live jazz nightly at Bar Lunatico, coffee at Rabbit Moon or Georges & Andres, Haitian cuisine at Grande Champs and many other cafes and bars, like Casablanca, Beso, and Therapy Wine Bar. The A and C trains are a pleasant walk down Lewis Avenue and through Fulton Park to Stuyvesant Avenue. That stop gets you to Fulton Street in lower Manhattan in just 15 minutes! Buses take you to Williamsburg, Clinton Hill and Ft. Greene and other thriving Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Details
  • Status:No Longer Available
  • Size:2394 Sq Ft
  • Type:Single Family
  • ID:13776067
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