Rarely available brick townhouse on a "park" block in Greenpoint, situated just a few houses in from the beautiful and serene McGolrick park, 202 N Henry is the home that you have been waiting to call your own. Owned by the same family for generations, this picturesque 3-family home has been lovingly maintained over the years, with very recent upgrades to the kitchens and bathrooms throughout. You can move right in today and take a floor or two for yourself, and then rent out the rest, or combine all three units plus the windowed basement and create a stunning 4-story one-family home where you can live for years to come. Enjoy an 18' wide townhouse on a 100' deep lot where both the back and front gardens offer a pastoral escape from city life. Trees, flowers, and grass soften the edges of a long day, and if your own garden isn't enough greenspace, head on over to McGolrick park where you can enjoy a coffee or snack on a park bench from one of the many delicious cafes and restaurants surrounding the square. The great thing about this part of Greenpoint is that it is low density, but super easy to access all of the great amenities on foot or bike in both North Williamsburg and waterfront Greenpoint. There is even the Nassau subway stop right nearby. Parking is easy, and a quick drive gets you out of the city, or into Manhattan in the blink of an eye. Distinguished by three floors of bay windows in the front, this handsome home separates itself out from the crowd of the neighboring frame homes in Greenpoint. Considered one of the prettiest blocks in Greenpoint, this is a forever home that will only increase in value should you decide to make any upgrades. Currently configured as three 2-bedroom apartments, plus a windowed basement, the next owner could easily create a garden duplex into the walk-out basement and continue to rent the upstairs as-is. High ceilings are present on all three of the upper floors, and light floods even the first floor all day long. This gives the next owner the opportunity to renovate with a kitchen on the garden level with no compromises, and a super easy walk-out to the stunning garden. Four to six bedrooms could easily be accommodated on the upper floors with no sacrifices to style or size. Additional historical details include plaster moldings and medallions, original mantles, distinctive staircase and hardwood floors. The windowed basement is currently used for storage but with just a small amount of work could be a fantastic home office, gym, media room and guest suite. Mechanically speaking the house has been well-maintained over the years and includes a new boiler, and upgraded kitchens, appliances and bathrooms. A soothing gray and white palette in the kitchens takes the next buyer right into the 21st century with no work required. Please book your appointment today and be prepared to discover one of the best kept secret neighborhoods of Brooklyn.