East Flatbush Duplex Condo With Three Bedrooms, Private Deck Asks $815K

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This three-bedroom unit is part of a new townhouse-style condo development in East Flatbush, at 452-458 East 29th Street. There will be 16 units all told; this is one of eight that hit the market earlier this month.

A fourth-floor walkup with three bedrooms and a private terrace, this is the most expensive of the lot; the others are two-bedrooms that range from $565,000 to $775,000.

It’s a duplex, with a mezzanine level that holds the master bedroom, an en-suite bath and the aforementioned terrace, which is quite large, at 20 feet by 18 feet.

The main floor holds a pair of narrow bedrooms, two additional full baths and a living room with an open kitchen. The photos, which are generic and don’t show this specific unit, reveal granite counters, Shaker style white cabinetry and a mosaic-tile backsplash.


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There’s recessed lighting and hardwood flooring throughout; there’s also a stacked, closeted washer and dryer.

The Newkirk Avenue subway stop is close at hand; the shops and restaurants of Cortelyou are about a 20-minute walk.

Listed by MNS broker Uriel Gandelman, the unit is asking $815,000; taxes and common charges run $536 a month. What do you think of the price, and the place itself?

[Listing: 454 East 29th Street #4 | Broker: MNS] GMAP

Brooklyn Apartments for Sale in East Flatbush at 454 East 29th Street
Brooklyn Apartments for Sale in East Flatbush at 454 East 29th Street

Brooklyn Apartments for Sale in East Flatbush at 454 East 29th Street

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Brooklyn Apartments for Sale in East Flatbush at 454 East 29th Street

Brooklyn Apartments for Sale in East Flatbush at 454 East 29th Street

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