93 Pilling Street
Bushwick Avenue/Evergreen Avenue Bushwick
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,700
- Central laundry room
- Common storage
- Guarantors allowed
- High-speed internet
- Original detail
- Private storage
This completely renovated 2-family is currently being used as a 3-family dwelling and offered at over a 6% cap rate, based on real 2011 income. It can easily be converted back to a 2-Family or to a beautiful 3-story single-family home. Renters are currently month-to-month and the building can be delivered vacant.
The ground floor has a large eat-in kitchen, exposed brick, dining alcove and a large living room with faux fireplace. There are hardwoods, upgraded fixtures and original pre-war detail throughout. The backyard has two sections - an enclosed wooden deck and rear garden area. The kitchen is extra large with dishwasher, granite counters, full-sized stainless appliances and a wine cooler. The large bathroom is beautifully finished with antique styling including wainscot, claw-foot bathtub, and glass enclosed shower with rain shower head.
The 2nd floor has 12 ft plus ceilings, 2 big rooms with custom built doors, old charm bathroom with slate tile, claw foot tub, and pedestal sink. It also has a beautifully updated kitchen, with maple cabinetry and ceiling fans in all 3 rooms.
The 3rd floor has 3 large rooms and an additional smaller room for either an office or large walk-in-closet. There is also a renovated bathroom with subway tile and wainscot and custom made doors. A new roof was completed last year and the boiler is only 5 years old. W/D is in the basement! Please e-mail me for a complete set-up.
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Runs from Flushing Avenue to Broadway to Conway Street and the Cemetery of the Evergreens.
The new hipster hangout of Brooklyn, Bushwick is chock-full of apartments to rent and apartments to buy (including lots of lofts). The neighborhood of Bushwick is a unique melding of the East Village and Williamsburg, all rolled into the industrial setting of northeastern Brooklyn. Formerly industrial lofts and warehouses have been converted to live/work spaces, as well as artists’ studios. Both the apartments to buy and apartments to rent in Bushwick still retain many of the details found in those old lofts and converted warehouses, such as voluminous spaces and high ceilings.