109 Midwood Street
Bedford / Flatbush Avenues Lefferts Gardens
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,500
- Cable ready
- Central laundry room
- Decorative fireplace
- Private storage
Prime Lefferts Manor. Spacious and elegantly proportioned 3-story Flemish-bond brick house with shared driveway and private garage. Located on a coveted landmark block known for its array of architectural styles, this semi-attached Neo-Federal home was built in 1924 and was designed by the architects Slee & Bryson. The crisp, clean lines of the interior include Craftsman details, parquet floors, original built-in shelves with leaded glass doors, tiled fireplace, moldings, pocket doors and an unusual double stair leading from the ample parlor and formal dining room. Facing south, with three exposures, the house gets beautiful light. Upstairs there are 5 bedrooms, an office, and 2 full bathrooms. The finished basement features a « bath and laundry room and could easily be turned into an au pair suite or family room. Gated driveway, separate side entrance, and rear garden make for extended outdoor space. This home is in move in condition with working mechanicals and many renovations. Steps from the Q, B, and S trains, Prospect Park, the Botanic Gardens, and the Maple Street School, and close to neighboring cultural institutions such as the Brooklyn Museum and the Central Library. A gem of a house at a great price. Call Agent for an appointment.
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Runs from Empire Boulevard to the north, Clarkson Avenue to the south, Ocean Avenue and Prospect Park to the west and Nostrand Avenue to the east.
Houses, houses and more houses: Brooklyn’s bedroom community, Lefferts Gardens, and its historic district, Lefferts Manor, have an array of architecturally diverse homes for sale and apartments to buy. This quiet residential neighborhood of Lefferts has homes built in the architectural styles of Victorian, Neo-Renaissance, Romanesque Revival, Neo-Georgian, Federal and Tudor (a far greater variety than one finds in typical brownstone Brooklyn).