The home is configured as a 2-family, with an owner's triplex above and an income-producing, 2-bedroom garden rental below. As you enter, you find the home is full of late-19th century Queen Ann details, starting with the griffins at the top of a stately L-shaped stoop and the gracious foyer with built-in pier mirror and bench.
The front parlor offers soaring ceiling heights, oversized windows, a period fireplace, and mahogany woodwork, as well as enough space for two separate living room arrangements. A dining room behind the parlor features another fireplace, a period built-in display case, and French doors to a terrace. The kitchen lies in the home's rear extension on this floor.
Upstairs are two floors of bedrooms, baths, and laundry. The second floor can work well as a primary floor, with a massive, front-facing bedroom that has three stately windows, a fireplace, and a walk-in closet. This floor also has split-unit air conditioning. Another large bedroom on this floor is set up as a handsome library with wall-to-wall built-ins.
The top floor offers 2 large and 1 small bedroom, a full bath, and a laundry room.
The 2 bedroom rental apartment shares the tranquil rear garden and has a current rent of $3,600/month.
With Third Street's wide sidewalks and generous stoops, you will meet your neighbors in casual sociability in all seasons. But nothing is so sweet in Brooklyn as summer stoop sitting on this block.
Building Features 3 Floors3 Units
$4,200,000 / $954 per ft²
Listed on Jul 14, 2021
12 Days on Market
7 Beds / 3.5 Baths / 4,400 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $1,150
Maintenance: - / R.E. Taxes $1,150
Lot Size: 20.0' x 95.0' Built: 20.0' x 50.0'
Exclusively listed with: Compass Source: RLS
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