Nestled in a row of turn-of-the-century brownstones in the newly designated Bedford Historic District, this lovingly restored, four-story townhouse combines historic details with modern amenities.
The property is currently configured as a five-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath triplex over a one-bedroom garden apartment, with a landscaped, multilevel back yard. High ceilings, gothic Victorian mantels and trim, pocket doors, arches, original shutters and parquet floors have all been carefully restored throughout the house.
Newer features include modern chef’s kitchens and washer/dryers in both units, large finished closets, radiant-heat baths, and split-system air conditioning. The large kitchen on the parlor floor leads out to a deck suitable for outdoor dining, with steps down to the flagstone patio in the landscaped back garden.
This historic Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood offers a plethora of exciting choices for dining and nightlife, including Ma’s Fish and Chips, Breuklyn Wine, Brooklyn Baby Cakes Bakery, Installation Brooklyn, and the Civil Service Cafe. 183 Halsey is close to the A express train at Nostrand Ave, as well as all the shops, cafés and parks in this booming landmarked area .
Listed by Maureen Hogan and Jeffrey Block of Douglas Elliman, the ask is $2.749 million. See below for more pictures.