Here’s a four-story Bed Stuy brownstone that looks to be in good shape, and is set up as an investment property with an apartment on each floor. It’s at 372 Jefferson Avenue, a central locale in close proximity to many a neighborhood fave, like Peaches Hot House and Eugene and Co.
Photos are few for this one, but show a pair of attractive units in good condition, with exposed brick, parquet floors, original moldings and lovely slate mantels. There are six mantels all told; the house also holds pocket doors and shutters, fretwork, French doors and a pier mirror in the foyer, according to the listing.
The kitchens and baths — one on each floor — are all renovated, the listing tells us; the ones pictured are no design showstoppers but will do just fine. Each unit has separate gas and electric meters.
Whether they’re occupied would be a meaningful question, one the listing doesn’t answer. At around 900 square feet apiece and well located, they ought to provide a respectable rent roll. Whether the house is suitable for someone with designs on a duplex or triplex is another matter.
Listed by Ban Leow and Howard Ramlal of Halstead, the house wants $2.1 million. A good investment?
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