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119 Malcolm X Boulevard

Between Lexington Avenue and Quincy Street
Townhouse
$1,300,000

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 $1,300,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 2
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3.5
Rooms 13
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,400
Key Features
Common Storage
Courtyard
Garden

Charmed with original details, 119 Malcolm X Blvd is a grand 20 ft wide home that has been newly restored honoring old world detail while adding contemporary conveniences and style. The upper duplex boasts a regal marble mantel in an expansive living room that is illuminated with natural light. The dining area and beautiful chefs kitchen has stainless appliances, exposed brick and an additional charming marble mantle. On the top floor you'll find 3 sunny and spacious bedrooms including a master bedroom with en suite bath, walk-in closets, and a fully tiled bathroom. The garden level has a high rental income producing 2 bedroom 1 bath unit. There is a fully finished rec room with two private entrances allowing both units to have access allowing for flexibility depending upon the prospective owner desires. The garden and deck off the parlor floor kitchen is ideal for dining al fresco or for relaxing in the privacy of the leafy trees and landscaping.

With favorite restaurants such as L'Antagoniste and Chez Oscar blocks away, Saraghina, the famed café, and pizzeria around the corner, as well as Peaches Hot House, your new neighborhood is bustling with places to enjoy. The area is brimming with the good life- come see! Take the A express to Utica or the JZ to Gates or the M to Kosciusko Street.

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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.
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This home has been sold

119 Malcolm X Boulevard
Between Lexington Avenue and Quincy Street
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $1,300,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $5
$Bedford-Stuyvesant
% down $Townhouse
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 2
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3.5
Rooms 13
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,400

Charmed with original details, 119 Malcolm X Blvd is a grand 20 ft wide home that has been newly restored honoring old world detail while adding contemporary conveniences and style. The upper duplex boasts a regal marble mantel in an expansive living room that is illuminated with natural light. The dining area and beautiful chefs kitchen has stainless appliances, exposed brick and an additional charming marble mantle. On the top floor you'll find 3 sunny and spacious bedrooms including a master bedroom with en suite bath, walk-in closets, and a fully tiled bathroom. The garden level has a high rental income producing 2 bedroom 1 bath unit. There is a fully finished rec room with two private entrances allowing both units to have access allowing for flexibility depending upon the prospective owner desires. The garden and deck off the parlor floor kitchen is ideal for dining al fresco or for relaxing in the privacy of the leafy trees and landscaping.

With favorite restaurants such as L'Antagoniste and Chez Oscar blocks away, Saraghina, the famed café, and pizzeria around the corner, as well as Peaches Hot House, your new neighborhood is bustling with places to enjoy. The area is brimming with the good life- come see! Take the A express to Utica or the JZ to Gates or the M to Kosciusko Street.

Common Storage
Courtyard
Garden
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