In Greenpoint, here’s a three-story 19th century wood frame currently configured as three one-bedroom floor-through apartments. Located at 951 Lorimer Street, home is quaint and has plenty of charm but may need some work.
But there are nice features, including the 10-foot ceilings. Original interior details include some plaster wall moldings, arched doorways and two decorative mantels. Modern notes include some inset lighting and hardwood floors.
The three apartments all have nearly identical layouts, with a galley kitchen and living room sharing the rear of the unit, the one bedroom and an entry or office-sized space in the front, and a double parlor and full bath with tub in the middle.
No bathrooms are pictured, and the one pictured kitchen does not appear to have been updated in quite some time. The backyard has only a waist-high chain link fence for a perimeter, with its concrete paving visibly cracking.
According to the listing, the home will be delivered vacant.
It’s around the corner from the Nassau Avenue G station and less than a block from McCarren Park on a street of wood frame homes. Marcus Schott at Compass has the listing, which is asking $2.1 million. Do you think it’ll get its ask?
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