160 Hall Street
Myrtle & Willoughby Avenues Clinton Hill
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*UNDERSTATED ELEGANCE IN CLINTON HILL* Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe once called 160 Hall Street home. This magnificent three-family brick townhouse is in a class by itself. Built circa 1901, this 20-foot wide, 2,400 square foot treasure boasts a spectacular owner's duplex with beautiful backyard, a spacious studio and an airy one bedroom. The owner's duplex features nearly 11-foot ceilings and a fantastic layout with living, dining, kitchen and bonus room on the garden level with the gracious master bedroom on the parlor level up a majestic spiral staircase. Exposed brick, parquet floors, east and west exposures, oversized windows and in-home laundry round out this picture. The two rental properties both feature high ceilings and exposed brick. Only one block to Pratt and 3 blocks to the Clinton-Washington G subway stop. Enjoy Fort Greene Park and the great restaurants and shopping of Myrtle Avenue. Now is your opportunity to own a magical piece of Clinton Hill history!
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Runs from Clinton to Bedford Avenues, north from Atlantic Avenue to Flushing Avenue.
With a cornucopia of housing options — from 19th-Century carriage houses to the latest luxury loft conversions — there’s more to Clinton Hill than just the landmarked brownstones for which the neighborhood is known. House hunters might find a classic Clinton Hill three-family house renovated into a single-family 4,000-square-foot living space, or consider a duplex with a garden apartment. Plenty of one- and two-bedroom apartments are also available in Clinton Hill, as well as spectacular floor-throughs with the latest appliances. Be it a Romanesque mansion, a Victorian row house or a pre-Civil War frame house —whether you’re seeking a roof deck or a landscaped yard — all may be found here.