About this Property
Wide and Deep 21' X 50' on 100' lot, 3,800 sq ft
Prime Carroll Gardens Block With Coveted Front & Rear Gardens
Original Detail- Wood Burning Marble Fire Place
Kitchens and Bathrooms Recently Renovated
Modern Amenities- Central Air on Garden and Parlor Level
Huge Landscaped South Facing Backyard
Zoned For P.S 58
Truly one of kind! 36 4th Place is a wide and deep townhouse in prime Carroll Gardens with the coveted front and rear gardens. The home features beautiful original details with modern amenities including central air. Have it all in this huge 4 story Federal Brick Townhouse built 21' X 50' on a 100' lot. The townhouse has a C/O for up to 4 separate units, which allows the home to be easily converted to your liking. 36 4th Pl is currently being used as a 2 family. The owner's 2,940 sq ft triplex consists of 4 bedrooms 4 baths, 2 kitchens with a gorgeous parlor with wood burning marble fireplace, chef's kitchen with Viking stove, huge landscaped south garden, polished oak floors, plus a 1,000 sq ft cellar that can be easily converted into a rec room/ work shop/ wine cellar/ etc. Additionally, there is a spacious 2 bedroom floor through rental that can easily be incorporated into the space for a true single family. It can also be used as a 3 family, whatever fits your needs! Located in the well regarded P.S 58/ French Magnate program zone. Close to F & G subways lines and all of Carroll Gardens wonderful restaurants and shopping including Buttermilk Channel, Prime Meats, Mezcals & Frankie's 457.
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- Status:No Longer Available
- Size:3800 Sq Ft
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