About this Property
Enter to find a sprawling parlor. Stained glass transoms add a unique pop of color to the entryway. A beautiful decorative fireplace, unique moldings, and original oak flooring with mahogany ribbon borders can be found on this level. The southeast facing bay windows provide plenty of warm sunlight throughout the day.
Beautiful pocket doors with stained glass windows open into the formal dining room. Original built ins for bar items and dining ware remain in pristine condition. The renovated kitchen is adjacent to the dining room for seamless entertainment. The kitchen features wood butcher block countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a Bosch dishwasher.
Behind the kitchen, you will find an extension built for a mudroom, playroom, or sunroom for plants. A stackable LG washer and dryer and a renovated powder room is also found here. The lush garden is just outside providing a nice green space for those with a green thumb. Enjoy dining al fresco with friends or sipping morning coffee outside in the warmer months!
Up the staircase are the bedrooms. A stained glass sky light illuminates the second level. The north facing master bedroom features bay windows, original moldings, and a custom walk in closet. The front facing bedroom is equal in size and bathed in south facing light. There are two smaller bedrooms on this level, perfect for a home office or nursery. The renovated bathroom has classic subway tile, a bathtub, and skylight for extra light and air.
The basement offers sprawling storage space and can be easily converted into a rec space for entertainment, play room,a home office, or even a guest room!
Just moments away from the 2/5 trains at Newkirk Avenue and the B/Q at Cortelyou Road. Enjoy restaurants and shopping on Cortelyou Road- Mimi's Hummus, Lea, Sycamore Bar + Flower Shop, to name a few. The famous Flatbush Food Coop is also located here for your special grocery needs. Own your own home in burgeoning Flatbush!
- Size:1936 Sq Ft
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