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109 Malcolm X Boulevard

Between Lexington Avenue and Quincy Street
Townhouse
$1,460,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number J Subway number Z
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number J Patchen Ave - Broadway
Subway number Z Linden St - Broadway
Essentials
Price $1,460,000
Type Townhouse
Units 3
Floors 2
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 10
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,400

Live in this beautiful gut renovated 3-family brownstone is the perfect way to live practically mortgage free. For less than the rent on a studio, you can live comfortably in one of the 2-bedroom apartments, while collecting rent from the other units.

Each 2-bedroom apartment boasts an open concept kitchen and generously sized living room/dining room graced by a decorative marble fireplace, perfect for intimate or large gatherings. The kitchen is well equipped with stainless steel appliances and Carrera marble countertops. Hardwood floors, crisp white marble baths complete these lovely apartments. The garden apartment has the added bonus of a large private backyard. Some original details have been carefully preserved such as the grand floor to ceiling arched double doors and marble fireplaces. Each apartment is separately metered.

Bedford Stuyvesant is a largely residential neighborhood known for its rich history and rows of architecturally stunning brownstones and limestones in the Romanesque Revival, Renaissance Revival and Queen Anne styles. Sunday strolls, weekend barbecue gatherings, summer evenings enjoying ice cream on the stoop characterize the relaxed lifestyle here. Georges-Andre Vintage Cafe, Angelas, Seraghinas, Peaches Hothouse, Beso are some delicious local favorites. Central to a number of playgrounds and parks, including Herbert Von King Park, one of the first parks built in Brooklyn and designed by Olmstead & Vaux, who also designed Prospect Park. Convenient to the A, C, J, Z trains.

Bedford-Stuyvesant
Living in Bedford-Stuyvesant
Culturally diverse and abundant in history Bed Stuy is one of Brooklyn's most famous neighborhoods. Featured in Spike Lee's seminal movie 'Do the Right Thing' it is home to many notable performers past and present from rapper, Biggie Smalls to Jay Z to Norah Jones. In the last few years, it has seen an influx of stores, restaurants, and bars, which mix with the many historic buildings and homes throughout the neighborhood to create a beautiful and vibrant community. It is connected to much of the city through numerous subway lines including the 3,4, A, C and G.
Explore Bedford-Stuyvesant

This home has been sold

109 Malcolm X Boulevard
Between Lexington Avenue and Quincy Street
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $1,460,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $6
$Bedford-Stuyvesant
% down $Townhouse
Type Townhouse
Units 3
Floors 2
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 10
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,400

Live in this beautiful gut renovated 3-family brownstone is the perfect way to live practically mortgage free. For less than the rent on a studio, you can live comfortably in one of the 2-bedroom apartments, while collecting rent from the other units.

Each 2-bedroom apartment boasts an open concept kitchen and generously sized living room/dining room graced by a decorative marble fireplace, perfect for intimate or large gatherings. The kitchen is well equipped with stainless steel appliances and Carrera marble countertops. Hardwood floors, crisp white marble baths complete these lovely apartments. The garden apartment has the added bonus of a large private backyard. Some original details have been carefully preserved such as the grand floor to ceiling arched double doors and marble fireplaces. Each apartment is separately metered.

Bedford Stuyvesant is a largely residential neighborhood known for its rich history and rows of architecturally stunning brownstones and limestones in the Romanesque Revival, Renaissance Revival and Queen Anne styles. Sunday strolls, weekend barbecue gatherings, summer evenings enjoying ice cream on the stoop characterize the relaxed lifestyle here. Georges-Andre Vintage Cafe, Angelas, Seraghinas, Peaches Hothouse, Beso are some delicious local favorites. Central to a number of playgrounds and parks, including Herbert Von King Park, one of the first parks built in Brooklyn and designed by Olmstead & Vaux, who also designed Prospect Park. Convenient to the A, C, J, Z trains.

Bedford-Stuyvesant
Living in Bedford-Stuyvesant
Culturally diverse and abundant in history Bed Stuy is one of Brooklyn's most famous neighborhoods. Featured in Spike Lee's seminal movie 'Do the Right Thing' it is home to many notable performers past and present from rapper, Biggie Smalls to Jay Z to Norah Jones. In the last few years, it has seen an influx of stores, restaurants, and bars, which mix with the many historic buildings and homes throughout the neighborhood to create a beautiful and vibrant community. It is connected to much of the city through numerous subway lines including the 3,4, A, C and G.
Explore Bedford-Stuyvesant
Subway Lines
Subway number J Subway number Z
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number J Patchen Ave - Broadway
Subway number Z Linden St - Broadway