Here’s a distinctive four-story Neo Grec brownstone in Crown Heights that’s been recently renovated and has a ton of space at roughly 3,700 square feet. At 1253 Pacific Street, it’s currently set up as four apartments, which means you can use it as an investment property or, if you’re creative, view it as a blank canvas.
Each apartment has two bedrooms and features exposed brick. Three of the units have original fireplaces sans mantel, and hardwood floors are found throughout.
All mechanicals, plumbing and electric are updated. Kitchens and bathrooms have been updated as well, with clean white cabinetry in the former.
The garden and first floor apartments have large bedrooms at the front and the rear of the home, while the middle and top floor apartments have bedrooms at the rear. Private access to the backyard is reserved for the garden apartment should a buyer wish to keep the property as rentals.
The current rent roll is approximately $120,000, with low expenses of approximately $18,000 a year, and most of the apartments can be converted to three-bedrooms.
The building can be delivered vacant or occupied.
Located one block from Franklin Avenue, the home is close to a number of shops, restaurants and other services, including Berg’n, Friends and Lovers, Cafe Rue Dix, the post office, Key Food, and the Brower Park public library. For transit, the A and C trains at the Nostrand Avenue stop are three blocks away.
Listed by Bren Salamon of Douglas Elliman, it’s asking $2.25 million. Contact the broker for an exclusive showing.
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