1874 East 52nd Street
Avenue S / Fillmore Ave Brooklyn
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,800
- Cable ready
- Central laundry room
- Private storage
- Recreation room
Quaint two family Brick Townhouse is located several blocks from Kings Plaza Shopping Centers in Old Mill Basin with one car garage (can park two additional cars) and a large backyard for your immediate consideration. Built in 1955, this house, 20 x 45 on 20 x 100 lot, has been updated with new roof, electricity, windows, kitchen and bath. Currently, the first floor is a one bedroom rental for $950/mo with no lease and will be delivered vacant. The owner enjoys 2BR, large living room, kitchen, dining room and a terrace in addition to an entertainment room in the finished basement leading out to the backyard. Yearly maintenance is as followed: RE Tax $2,584; Water/Sewer: $800; Fuel: $2,800; Insurance: $1,400. The house can be delivered vacant and is priced to sell.
Additional features of this building include: new windows, roof, kitchen and bath, 1 car garage & 2 additional parking spaces, hardwood floors, and recreational room in finished basement.
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