179A 33rd Street
4th Avenue / 5th Avenue Sunset Park
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Finished basement with large windows provides flexible living space
Two large bedrooms, full bath, enormous walk in closet
Living room, formal dining, powder room, W/D, and eat-in kitchen
- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,978
- Central air
A Brooklyn Townhouse to Call Your Own!Lovely Landscaped Backyard & Private Parking!A move-in condition, worry-free home located on the border of Greenwood Heights & Sunset Park. The location couldn't be more convenient, just 3 blocks to the N Express train, only 2 stops to Manhattan! Park in your own driveway, and enter to find an open living/dining room with high ceilings. Continue on, past the powder room, to the bright & cheerful eat-in kitchen. From the kitchen there are sliding glass doors which open to a patio and a private yard for relaxing and entertaining. Upstairs you will enjoy two very large bedrooms, a room-sized walk in closet, and a full bathroom. The upper level features 2 skylights and soaring vaulted ceilings. The semi-finished basement offers loads of potential for home office, work space or large rec room, and plenty of storage. Thoughtfully built in 1989, this house is loaded with extras: built in custom closets, a hardwired internet hub, W/D, a linen closet, French doors, a retractable awning to shade the patio, and central air conditioning. Call us to see this special house.
Additional features of this building include: Curb cut and parking spot, Large yard, Central air conditioning, and Move in condition.
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Runs from 65th Street on the south, Ninth Avenue, Greenwood Cemetery and Fifth Avenue to the east, the Upper New York Bay to the west and 38th Street to the north.
Sunset Park is a green and diverse Brooklyn neighborhood that has a great mix of real estate for sale and rent. Nineteenth century rowhouses in pale brick, limestone and brownstone are located on tree-lined streets that descend down to the water. Setting these properties apart from the rest of “brownstone Brooklyn” is affordability. If looking for a rental or a condo to buy in Sunset Park in a modern building, new developments and condo conversions can be found bordering the park and also around the Chinatown section of Sunset Park. In addition, new live/work spaces have been developed in Sunset Park’s Industry City.