Located on a quiet and tree-lined street in Carroll Gardens, 25 2nd Street has a quaint exterior to match the charming block. The Anglo-Italianate brownstone has a historic door painted bright blue up a short stoop. A traditional cornice, historic ironwork and a deep front yard complete the picture.
The four-story, three-family has been updated with new electrical, plumbing and central air. It is set up as two floor-through apartments over a garden duplex.
The kitchens and bathrooms were all upgraded in 2003. There are tin ceilings and exposed brick throughout, including three decorative fireplaces. Altogether, the house has 3,600 square feet of space.
Notably, the garden level was dug out to create high ceilings. It contains a large, open plan living-diving room and spacious open kitchen.
The latter has granite counters, paneled cupboards and stainless steel appliances. There is a pantry, as well as a washer/dryer on this level.
Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and two full baths. The two larger bedrooms also have double-door closets.
On the third and fourth floors are two one-bedroom rental units. Both have laundry in the unit and central air.
The block is known for its deep gardens, which gave the neighborhood its name. The F and G trains are nearby at the Carroll Street stop. Also close are shops and eateries on Smith Street, Carroll Park and well regarded public and private schools.
Come see the property for yourself at an open house this Sunday, June 24, from noon to 2 p.m.
Listed by Ellen Gottlieb of Brooklyn Bridge Realty, the home is asking $3.285 million.