Situated on a charming tree-lined street in the heart of Bedford-Stuyvesant, 405 Throop Ave is a deftly restored 2-family townhouse boasting an engaging blend of traditional details and modern finishes. Features of this 18’ x 42’ house include a classic redbrick façade, an HVAC system, a custom entry door with ornate hardware, skylights, in-home laundry, a finished basement, a private yard, and an income-producing garden-level rental unit.
The owner’s duplex has its own entrance and possesses 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Beyond a formal entryway foyer, the duplex opens into an expansive living and dining area. The living space has a [gas/wood]-burning fireplace as well as a powder room, and the dining area flows through a pair of pocket doors into a massive kitchen. The kitchen, which opens out onto a private patio, is equipped with sleek countertops and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances from Viking and Wolf.
A sky lit custom staircase with wooden balusters leads up to the home’s 3 bedrooms. The master bedroom features a pair of closets as well as a full en-suite bathroom, while the two remaining bedrooms share access to a second full bathroom. Both bathrooms have skylights.
The garden-level rental unit boasts 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, and can be rented as a duplex if access to the finished basement is included. The rental unit has its own entrance, an open plan living room, dining room, and kitchen, and direct access to the backyard.
405 Throop sits on an 18’ x 100’ lot and is just over a block away from Herbert Von King Park. It is close several grocery markets, and is only a block away from the main pedestrian strip of Tompkins Avenue. Nearby subway lines include the G/A/C/J/M/Z.