Come to a Bed Stuy open house on October 25 at 253 Macon Street to get a taste of the neighborhood — and a taste of some food, drinks and live music while checking out a sleek two-family home that just got a high-tech update.
Hosted by MySpaceNYC, the event will feature live music by Ben Chapoteau-Katz (he’s performed with Rihanna), and delectables from Saraghina Bakery (that’s amore!).
The building has been gut renovated and features a triplex for the owner, with a separate two-bedroom rental unit that can generate $3,000 in monthly income.
The owner’s unit features plenty of elbow room — three large bedrooms with their own en-suite bathrooms. There’s a large, open-plan living room and dining area, as well as a family room that could also work as a fourth bedroom.
After whipping up a meal in the minimalist kitchen, with Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Bosch appliances, you can drift out to the deck and the backyard, which has a large stone patio.
Features throughout the home include floating iron and wood stairs, white oak floors, a retractable skylight, new beams and a new roof.
A neat draw is the Smart Home technology that’s been fitted throughout, including alarm system, Nest thermostats that learn your heating and cooling preferences and set the temperature for you, wired lighting, and built-in speakers in every room, all controlled through your smartphone.
There’s central heating and air conditioning, a laundry room, gated bike room and a fully finished basement with a tiled entertainment room and storage closets.
The rental unit is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom with living room, dining room, large kitchen with dishwasher, and a washer/dryer.
The 3,000-square-foot home is close to the C train at Kingston-Throop and parks, shops and eateries, including Super Foodtown and Peaches Hothouse.
Listed by Shawn Mullahy of MySpace NYC, the townhouse is asking $2.59 million.