2111 Albemarle Terrace, Brooklyn, New York, 11226

2111 Albemarle Terrace
Brooklyn NY 11226

Cross street:East 21st Street

Building

Type:Townhouse
Era:Post-war
Floors:3

Property

Ownership: Single Family
Rooms: 9
Bedrooms: 4 BR
Bathrooms: 2.5
Pets: Pets Unknown

Financials

Price: $1,795,000
578 Driggs Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211
Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC

Description

Built in 1917, designed by architects Slee & Bryson, this rare gem is located in the Kenmore-Albemarle Terrace Historic District of Victorian Flatbush, a quiet cul-de-sac of Georgian Revival townhouses listed on the National Register of Historic Place. Throughout this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath single-family brick townhouse you will find charming details: original woodwork and wainscoting, plaster moldings, stained glass skylights, built-ins, and oak herringbone parquet floors.

1st Floor: The sentry house entry way opens to a full-width living room with a gracefully alcoved mantle and wood burning fireplace, formal dining room with wainscoting and a large triple window, sunny renovated kitchen with loads of cabinet and counter space. French doors from the kitchen open to a lovely patio garden, perfect for entertaining. There is also a powder room on the parlor level. 2nd floor: Two large bedrooms with loads of closet space, sunny home office/library, renovated full bath. 3rd Floor: two bedrooms, renovated full bath. Full Basement: laundry room and updated mechanicals with loads of storage and workspace. Located in a charming quiet corner of Flatbush near the southeast corner of Prospect Park with skating rink, tennis courts, soccer fields, and playgrounds. Just two blocks to concerts at the beautifully restored King Theater. 20 minutes to Manhattan from the B & Q trains at Church Avenue.

Amenities

Laundry Room;

  • Washer Dryer Hookups
  • Laundry Room
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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Built in 1917, designed by architects Slee amp ; Bryson, this rare gem is located in the Kenmore Albemarle Terrace Historic District of Victorian Flatbush, a quiet cul de sac ...

Description

Built in 1917, designed by architects Slee & Bryson, this rare gem is located in the Kenmore-Albemarle Terrace Historic District of Victorian Flatbush, a quiet cul-de-sac of Georgian Revival townhouses listed on the National Register of Historic Place. Throughout this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath single-family brick townhouse you will find charming details: original woodwork and wainscoting, plaster moldings, stained glass skylights, built-ins, and oak herringbone parquet floors.

1st Floor: The sentry house entry way opens to a full-width living room with a gracefully alcoved mantle and wood burning fireplace, formal dining room with wainscoting and a large triple window, sunny renovated kitchen with loads of cabinet and counter space. French doors from the kitchen open to a lovely patio garden, perfect for entertaining. There is also a powder room on the parlor level. 2nd floor: Two large bedrooms with loads of closet space, sunny home office/library, renovated full bath. 3rd Floor: two bedrooms, renovated full bath. Full Basement: laundry room and updated mechanicals with loads of storage and workspace. Located in a charming quiet corner of Flatbush near the southeast corner of Prospect Park with skating rink, tennis courts, soccer fields, and playgrounds. Just two blocks to concerts at the beautifully restored King Theater. 20 minutes to Manhattan from the B & Q trains at Church Avenue.

Amenities

Laundry Room;

  • Washer Dryer Hookups
  • Laundry Room
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

More listings:

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