318 19th Street
6th Avenue/7th Avenue Greenwood
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,288
6.5 BR in Park Slope South/Greenwood Heights.
High ceilings, excellent light and a wide open living area makes this fully renovated 2 family brick house spacious and lofty. Built (at least) 23' x 46.5' on a 25' x 100' lot, the upper duplex has 4 real bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a large open custom kitchen w stainless appliances and Cesarstone breakfast bar, large living/dining room and separate sun room that can be used as an office, den, media room, playroom, guest area, etc. This room opens to a porch overlooking the sunny Southern back yard.
The lower floor-through has 2 bedrooms plus an office and is perfect for a rental with two separate entrances or you can add the stairs back in and use it as a 6.5 bedroom, 3.5 bath 1 family! Fully rebuilt in 2012, this home is all new inside of the original foundation and outer walls. It has 3 zoned central air conditioning, all new mechanicals, plumbing, wiring, windows, floors, rebuilt staircases inside and out, a new roof, a new deck, new facade, and of course the kitchens and baths are all new too. With nearly 1800 SF of outdoor space, the large front area has plenty of room for plantings, play and more. The side walkway is very useful for parties, and on snowy or muddy days, bikes, etc. And of course the backyard and patio are there to enjoy as well!More FAR available: Build to 5,000 SF. Location is near the R or F trains, the beauty of Greenwood and all Park Slope has to offer.
Additional features of this building include: Front & Back Yards, Porch and Side walkway, 2 Family House: Upper Duplex + Rental, 3 Zone Central Air and Heat, Nearly 1,800 SF of outdoor space, Newly Rebuilt in 2012. Almost Everything is new., and Wide Open Living Space in Upper Duplex.
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Runs from Prospect Avenue to the north, 20th Street and MacDonald Avenue to the east, 38th Street to the south and Greenwood Cemetery to the west.
Greenwood, which is just south of Park Slope, sits on the highest elevated point in Brooklyn, so the views are spectacular in Greenwood whether you’re in a wood-frame house or a high-rise apartment building. The neighborhood was rezoned just a couple of years ago, so joining many of Greenwood’s existing single-family and two-family homes are new luxury condos. As Greenwood spiffs up, there has also been a recent movement to renovate and restore some of Greenwood’s historical wood-frame houses to their turn-of-the-century beauty.