1758 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11213

1758 Pacific Street
Brooklyn NY 11213

Cross street:Schenectady Avenue

Building

Type:Townhouse
Era:Post-war
Floors:2

Property

Ownership: Multi-Family
Rooms: 9
Bedrooms: 4 BR
Bathrooms: 3
Pets: Pets Unknown

Financials

Price: $1,195,000
326 Tompkins Ave
Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Description

Welcome to 1758 Pacific Street, a three story, two family townhome, perfect for an end user or investor. The bright and spacious two bedroom, two bathroom duplex has an extra large private backyard that has a patio and is perfect for outdoor entertaining. The finished basement has 7 ft+ high ceilings and could be used as extra living space and home office space! With two entrances from Pacific St, this flexible layout can be enjoyed in a myriad of ways. On the top floor, a two bedroom one bathroom apartment with a large living space could potentially rent for $2,500/month. This home has been expertly updated from A to Z and features soaring 9Â’ ceiling heights, dishwashers and laundry in each unit, a new Friedrich Wall-Mounted Air Conditioning System with cooling/heating capability on every floor, a new boiler installed in 2019 with 74 gallon capacity, two skylights upstairs and much, much more! The Nest Yale Lock, Doorbell, Home Alarm System, Thermostat and Smart Smoke/CO2 Alarm can be included in the sale. 1758 Pacific is located on a quiet block in BrooklynÂ’s Crown Heights neighborhood, a stoneÂ’s throw away from a plethora of cultural institutions including, but not limited to, The Museum and the Weeksville Heritage Center. Only a couple of blocks away from the A express and C trains at Utica Avenue and near the 4 and 5 trains, as well as the Food Universe Supermarket on Atlantic Avenue. You can be into Manhattan in 25 minutes.

Amenities

Alarm System; Outdoor Parking; Garden;

  • Garden
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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Welcome to 1758 Pacific Street, a three story, two family townhome, perfect for an end user or investor.

Description

Welcome to 1758 Pacific Street, a three story, two family townhome, perfect for an end user or investor. The bright and spacious two bedroom, two bathroom duplex has an extra large private backyard that has a patio and is perfect for outdoor entertaining. The finished basement has 7 ft+ high ceilings and could be used as extra living space and home office space! With two entrances from Pacific St, this flexible layout can be enjoyed in a myriad of ways. On the top floor, a two bedroom one bathroom apartment with a large living space could potentially rent for $2,500/month. This home has been expertly updated from A to Z and features soaring 9Â’ ceiling heights, dishwashers and laundry in each unit, a new Friedrich Wall-Mounted Air Conditioning System with cooling/heating capability on every floor, a new boiler installed in 2019 with 74 gallon capacity, two skylights upstairs and much, much more! The Nest Yale Lock, Doorbell, Home Alarm System, Thermostat and Smart Smoke/CO2 Alarm can be included in the sale. 1758 Pacific is located on a quiet block in BrooklynÂ’s Crown Heights neighborhood, a stoneÂ’s throw away from a plethora of cultural institutions including, but not limited to, The Museum and the Weeksville Heritage Center. Only a couple of blocks away from the A express and C trains at Utica Avenue and near the 4 and 5 trains, as well as the Food Universe Supermarket on Atlantic Avenue. You can be into Manhattan in 25 minutes.

Amenities

Alarm System; Outdoor Parking; Garden;

  • Garden
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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