74 Jewel Street
Norman Avenue/Meserole Avenue Greenpoint
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Welcome home to this amazing and solid Greenpoint, 2 story, 2 unit townhouse where opportunities abound. This home is 18 x 40 on an 18 x 100 lot, situated on a beautiful tree lined street. Currently configured as an owner's duplex with a top floor 2 bedroom rental, this townhouse offers space, light and functionality. The owner's duplex is completely renovated within the last 2 years and is generous in size including a master bedroom, office, large and light filled living room, dining room, renovated kitchen, 1 renovated bathroom and a sliding door opening to a deck leading to a landscaped backyard with patio. The lower level is a huge finished English rec room configured with 2 large rooms; one with window and the other has a glass door leading to the backyard. It also has a bathroom, laundry area and a large open space. The two bedroom rental is a floor thru apartment and is located on the top floor. It can be a source of income or take it over as part of a huge single townhouse. The whole property will be delivered vacant. This solid townhome has updated mechanicals including a new roof, plumbing & electrical. It also offers great closet space and additional storage. Located in Greenpoint on Jewel Street between Meserole & Norman Ave, this home is steps to McGolrick Park, cafes, bars, restaurants & is a short walk to the Nassau Ave G train. Estimated Annual Expenses are - Real Estate Taxes: $2,775; Insurance: $1,300; Heat: $3,700; Water & sewer: $1,200.
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Runs from Metropolitan Avenue on the south, to the BQE on the east, to Newton Creek & Long Island City at the Pulaski Bridge on the north and to the East River on the west.
Once called the “garden spot of Brooklyn,” Greenpoint is the northernmost neighborhood in Brooklyn, and this hangout has it all: Condos, condos and more condos for sale and for rent, including endless new condo developments that offer lofts and a large number of bedrooms at different levels of luxury. Rentals in Greenpoint, some in apartments and many in wood-frame houses, are less expensive than in neighboring Williamsburg.