This brick corner townhouse on Greene Street in the Clinton Hill Historic District was built in 1990 as one of a row of 11 new buildings, with Italianate-inspired facades that passed muster with the landmarks commission.
Inside, there are three units: a one-bedroom on the ground floor that’s duplexed with a basement rec room and has a private garden; a two-bedroom floor-through above that; and a three-bedroom duplex with a double-height living room, a loft bedroom and a roof deck on top. Each has a working fireplace.
They’re on the utilitarian side, design-wise, without much to catch the eye or quicken the pulse, but they look to be move-in ready; the listing calls them “fully updated and ready for new tenants.”
For that matter, you don’t need new tenants if you don’t want them — it can be delivered inhabited if you’d like. You could live in one unit and rent the others, combine spaces, treat it as an investment property or rent them all. There are many options.
The location is good, and the units should pull some respectable rents. Though there are hefty monthly fees and taxes to consider — $3,350 and $11,974, respectively.
Listed by Dean Moodie and Chris Danuser of Charles Rutenberg, the house is asking $2.85 million. What would you do with it?
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