A renovated two-bedroom, two-bath brick townhouse with a large terrace on the second floor, this three-story, one-family home is situated on a peaceful block in Boerum Hill. Located at 114 Butler Street, it’s in a prime location, in move-in condition and relatively low-priced for this neighborhood.
There’s a commodious open kitchen on the ground floor, which in turn leads directly into a roomy living and dining area with a skylight, parquet floors and a full bath.
On the second floor, the master bedroom opens onto the terrace and includes a luxurious bathroom and laundry room; a second bedroom caps off the house at the third floor level, open to natural light from both the garden and street facades and perfect for use as a children’s room, home office or studio space.
The tree-lined stretch of Butler is made chiefly of historic brick and wood homes and is down the block from the famed Smith Street corridor, one of Brooklyn’s most vital dining and shopping districts. The F/G train at Bergen Street station is five minutes away. Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill and the Gowanus Canal are all neighboring districts.
Sal “Cappi” Capozucca and Victoria Capozucca of the Cappi Colegrove team at Brown Harris Stevens have the listing. The house asks $1.679 million, with taxes at $195 monthly and monthly overhead at under $500, which is low for a townhouse in Boerum Hill.