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WEB ID: 3305460

297 Hoyt Street Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, NY 11231

sold | Multi-Family Townhouse | Built in 1899

4 beds
2 baths
outdoor space
$2,175,000
  • Annual Tax: $4,047.00

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sold
WEB ID: 3305460

297 Hoyt Street Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, NY 11231

sold | Multi-Family Townhouse | Built in 1899

4 beds
2 baths
outdoor space
$2,175,000
  • Annual Tax: $4,047.00

The Details

About 297 Hoyt Street, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Sackett Street & Union Avenue

287 Hoyt

This super charming 2-family home in coveted Carroll Gardens would make a spacious one-family home, or live comfortably in Brooklyn’s most coveted neighborhood and have your tenant pay your mortgage! Located on a leafy green block just near Smith Street, the new Whole Foods, the Greenmarket, Carroll Park and countless amazing restaurants, shops and subways, the location cannot be beat. For the price of a small con...
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran, Deborah Rieders, (718) 923-8001, RLS data displayed by Corcoran Group
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key features

  • Pet friendly
  • Large Mature Garden
  • Beautiful Parlor Floor w Tin Ceilings
  • Brownstone Facade
  • Easily Used as a One or Two Family
  • Easy Subway Access
  • Move In As-Is or Customize
  • Original Details; mantles, shutters, pine floors
  • Quiet and Leafy Street
  • Steps to Smith and Court Streets
  • West and East Exposures, Great Light
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    Carroll Gardens

    Carroll Gardens began crafting its distinctly serene identity in the 1960s, back when people still considered it part of Red Hook. Officially, a divide started in the 1940s when the construction of the Brooklyn-Queens and Gowanus Expressways created the broadly accepted present-day boundaries between the neighborhoods. However, it was as early as the 1860s that Carroll Gardens established its signature residential uniqueness. Carroll Gardens brownstones bucked the prevailing Brooklyn trends of the time, set farther back from the street than most to make room for their fantastic front gardens. A typical example of this style is still visible in the neo-Grec and late Italianate rectangle of rowhouses that comprise the Carroll Gardens Historic District. Yet whether home is a preserved landmark or located above a beloved local shop, people adore Carroll Gardens for that undeniable sense of freshness it plants in Brooklyn.

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    about the building

    297 Hoyt Street

    Multi-Family Townhouse in Carroll Gardens

    Sackett Street & Union Avenue

    • 1 UNITS
    • 3 STORIES
    • 1899 BUILT

    Sales History for 297 Hoyt Street
    datepricelisting status
    09/05/2014$2,175,000Sold
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