976 Bergen Street
Franklin Avenue/Bedford Avenue Crown Heights
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,040
Past and Present meet on a quiet tree-lined street at 976 Bergen a restored beauty. Newly elegant crafted interiors complement the best of the original space from 3 ¼?oak flooring with walnut inlay, decorative fireplaces and lovely high ceilings. Casual elegance surrounds you in this 2 family row house consisting of a 3 bed 1.5 bath duplex over a garden 2-bed duplex that can provide rental income. Each unit features custom interior trim with crown moulding and wainscoting, central a/c and heat, washer dryer and access to a landscaped rear garden that measures is 83 feet deep! The gourmet windowed kitchen is appointed with energy efficient stainless steel appliances and White Shaker Cabinets with quartz countertops and an island. The master suite has ample closet space and en-suite bath. Bathrooms boast deep soaking tubs with shower enclosure and marble flooring. Located on the axis of where Prospect Hts. ends and Crown Hts. begins places you at the intersection of everything that is hip, happening and emerging! Enjoy the best of both neighborhoods-there is an eclectic range of retailers where you can shop, taste world wines or just sit and shoot the breeze in quaint cafes/shops. Brooklyn Museum, Botanical Garden, Grand Army Plaza and Barclays Arena are nearby too. Prospect Park offers 535 acres of serene escape into nature and everything that is green and beautiful. Accessible by 2,3,4 5 and S train at Franklin Avenue Station. Welcome to Brooklyn!
Runs from Franklin Avenue to the west, Atlantic Avenue to the north, Ralph Avenue to the east and Empire Boulevard to the south.
Crown Heights offers a variety of housing options: For townhouses, the Crown Heights North Historic District contains large and finely detailed row houses and freestanding mansions designed by Brooklyn’s major architects in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Some of the area townhouses sport stained glass, ornate plaster ceiling medallions, and oversized windows. There are even rental units available in Crown Heights with these amazing historical details. A second area around Brower Park contains four- and five-family homes built mostly in the Renaissance Revival style, and Italian and Greek Revival styles, too. But if you do not desire a townhouse, the former Brooklyn Jewish Hospital of Crown Heights has been renovated to hold 700 rental apartments — some with 12-foot ceilings.