402 Adelphi Street
Greene Avenue/Fulton Street Fort Greene
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Built in the 1850’s, this classic Greek Revival townhouse sits in the middle of a quiet tree-lined block. The house is currently configured as a 2-family and could easily be converted back to its original single family use. The kitchens and bathrooms need updating, but the house has excellent bones. Many original details remain including six marble fireplace mantles, the original staircase, intricate crown moldings, and hardwood floors. Bring your contractor and architect and make this period gem your own.
Runs from Atlantic Avenue on the South to Nassau Street on the north; from Flatbush Avenue on the West to Washington Avenue on the East.
With beautiful tree-and brownstone-lined streets, historic buildings, convenient transportation access, and a renowned performing arts center, Fort Greene is becoming one of Brooklyn’s most desirable residential neighborhoods. Fort Greene Park, created in 1848 at the instigation of poet/newspaper editor Walt Whitman, is now crowded with tennis players, joggers, and dog lovers, all sharing the scenic spot of greenery. The park was planned by notable landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, designers of Central Park.