Close to the Parade Ground and Prospect Park South, this floor-through in an early 20th century Colonial Revival in Flatbush’s Caton Park neighborhood feels a bit like a house. It’s on the first floor of a freestanding early 20th century Colonial Revival with a porch, backyard and windows all around.
The rooms appear well kept, with wood floors with inlaid borders, moldings and original doors. (An old rental listing for the other unit in the house shows what it looked like originally, with varnished woodwork, stained glass and fireplaces. A certificate of occupancy reveals the top floor is an unoccupied attic.)
It’s listed as a three-bedroom, although there is only one bathroom — but there’s a catch. The third bedroom appears to be the former dining room, and it’s open to the double parlor.
The renovated kitchen is large, with plenty of counter and storage space. The no-fee unit has laundry, a renovated bathroom with footed tub and separate shower, and exclusive access to the backyard.
It’s asking $4,100 a month. Does that sound about right?
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