248 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11217

248 Hoyt Street
Brooklyn NY 11217

Cross street:Degraw Street

Building

Type:Townhouse
Era:Post-war
Floors:3

Property

Ownership: Multi-Family
Rooms: 10
Bedrooms: 5 BR
Bathrooms: 3
Pets: Pets Unknown

Financials

Price: $2,250,000
578 Driggs Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211
Courtesy of Compass

Description

Classic three family brick townhouse, 20x45ft, in the highly sought after intersection of Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens and Gowanus. Well maintained with updated electrical and plumbing, it has a new roof; new sewer line; new hot water heater; repointed facades. The third and first floor apartments are occupied but the building can be delivered vacant. The first floor apartment is a large one bedroom with direct access to a beautiful garden. Each of the two floor-throughs above contain spacious one-bedroom plus dens. Original features include wide plank floors, french doors and tin ceilings. A full cellar has good ceiling height making it possible to convert into additional living space. This vibrant neighborhood offers a diverse restaurant scene, many gym options, and unique boutiques along Atlantic, Court & Smith Streets. Whether indulging at Pig Beach, browsing the aisles at Whole Foods or improving your shuffleboard game at The Royal Palms, this location gets a score of 98 for walkability putting the center of activity right on its doorstep. Nearby subway lines include the A/C and F/G. The revitalization of the Gowanus Canal district nearby is slated to become the “Venice of Brooklyn” offering public esplanades, parks, and plazas. Once an industrial waterfront, 8,200 new apartments are to be built by 2035 that will only increase the value of the ever-shrinking population of pre-war townhouses.

Amenities

  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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Classic three family brick townhouse, 20x45ft, in the highly sought after intersection of Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens and Gowanus.

Description

Classic three family brick townhouse, 20x45ft, in the highly sought after intersection of Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens and Gowanus. Well maintained with updated electrical and plumbing, it has a new roof; new sewer line; new hot water heater; repointed facades. The third and first floor apartments are occupied but the building can be delivered vacant. The first floor apartment is a large one bedroom with direct access to a beautiful garden. Each of the two floor-throughs above contain spacious one-bedroom plus dens. Original features include wide plank floors, french doors and tin ceilings. A full cellar has good ceiling height making it possible to convert into additional living space. This vibrant neighborhood offers a diverse restaurant scene, many gym options, and unique boutiques along Atlantic, Court & Smith Streets. Whether indulging at Pig Beach, browsing the aisles at Whole Foods or improving your shuffleboard game at The Royal Palms, this location gets a score of 98 for walkability putting the center of activity right on its doorstep. Nearby subway lines include the A/C and F/G. The revitalization of the Gowanus Canal district nearby is slated to become the “Venice of Brooklyn” offering public esplanades, parks, and plazas. Once an industrial waterfront, 8,200 new apartments are to be built by 2035 that will only increase the value of the ever-shrinking population of pre-war townhouses.

Amenities

  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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