136 Hawthorne Street
Bedford Avenue Lefferts Gardens
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,070
- Alarm system
1901 meets 2012! This Prospect Lefferts Gardens townhome , built at the turn of the last century, has been tastefully and completely restored for today's buyers. The bay fronted row house welcomes you to the columned front porch, into double parlours, one serving as the dining room, each having its own decorative fireplace. The open kitchen has been renovated with new appliances, custom cherry cabinetry, and a white porcelain farmhouse sink. Off the kitchen is a sunny breakfast room with stairs to the landscaped garden and charming gazebo that invites you outdoors for summer entertaining. Up the period stairway are the master bedroom with ample closets, a spa bath with double shower and custom vanity with double sinks. The second bedroom on this floor is also very well proportioned. On the top floor is a third large bedroom with an en-suite bath featuring a restored claw foot tub, skylight, and doorway to a potential roof deck. There is a fully finished basement rec room with separate laundry room, windows front and rear, and a doorway to the garden. There are many classic details like wainscoting, pocket French doors, pressed tin ceilings, and hand-nailed floors. Located a short stroll from Prospect Park and the new Lakeside Restoration Project, express B and Q trains to Midtown in 25 minutes, and nearby state-of-the-art playground. Come see for yourself.
Additional features of this building include: Garden Gazebo.
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Runs from Empire Boulevard to the north, Clarkson Avenue to the south, Ocean Avenue and Prospect Park to the west and Nostrand Avenue to the east.
Houses, houses and more houses: Brooklyn’s bedroom community, Lefferts Gardens, and its historic district, Lefferts Manor, have an array of architecturally diverse homes for sale and apartments to buy. This quiet residential neighborhood of Lefferts has homes built in the architectural styles of Victorian, Neo-Renaissance, Romanesque Revival, Neo-Georgian, Federal and Tudor (a far greater variety than one finds in typical brownstone Brooklyn).