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WEB ID: 81716037

10104 4th Avenue, 3B Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, NY 11209

Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, NY 11209

sold | Co-op | Built in 1926

2 beds
1 bath
900 Approx. Sqft
$343,000
  • Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,050

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sold
WEB ID: 81716037

10104 4th Avenue, 3B Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, NY 11209

Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, NY 11209

sold | Co-op | Built in 1926

2 beds
1 bath
900 Approx. Sqft
$343,000
  • Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,050

The Details

About 10104 4th Avenue, 3B, Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, NY 11209

101st Street/Shore Road
Rarely available, beautifully renovated 2 bedroom Co-op with spacious and modern layout in a prime Bay Ridge location. Introducing this lovely Co-op features a bright living space. Located steps away Shore Road. There is an open kitchen & large living room and dining area. Great closet spaces. Beautifully tiled new bathroom. Two large bedrooms. Two storage units included at no cost and a private bike room. Fanta...
Listing Courtesy of COLDWELL BANKER RELIABLE REAL ESTATE NYC, RLS RPeXchange:OLRS-1932112, RLS data displayed by Corcoran Group
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Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge’s development as a neighborhood has been relatively recent history. The area was chiefly rural and something of a summer retreat until 1892, after which the construction of Brooklyn’s first electric trolley greatly expanded access. Whispers of the subway’s arrival spurned growth in the early 1900s, even though the first stations wouldn’t open until the mid-1910s. By 1925, Bay Ridge’s population had doubled from where it was at the turn of the century. Today, Bay Ridge is a vibrant seaside community with plenty of open space to stretch your legs and put down roots. Worry not about being isolated on the southwest coast of Brooklyn; the R train affords Bay Ridge an abundance of subway service. A ferry terminal on the 69th Street Pier also provides passage to points along Brooklyn's western shores and the Financial District in Manhattan.

Sales History for 10104 4th Avenue
dateunitpriceapprox. sq. ft.bedsbaths
06/27/20232B$405,000021
06/27/20232B$389,000021
04/08/20214C$243,50055011
Sales History for 10104 4th Avenue, 3B
datepricelisting status
06/16/2022$343,000Sold
06/16/2022$343,000Sold
11/17/2003$165,000Sold
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