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27 Clarkson Avenue

Flatbush Avenue and Bedford Avenue
Townhouse
$1,100,000

This home has been sold

Essentials
Price $1,100,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 2
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 9
Key Features
Guarantors Allowed
B,5,Q,B,S Trains
High Ceilings
Lattice Work Details
Barrel Front Limestone Facade
Hardwood Floors
Large Windowed English Basement
Close To Shopping, Transportation & Parks
Extra Deep 120' Lot
20' Wide
Ability To Build 8200 Sq. Ft. Total On Lot!

Come home to one of Brooklyn’s last affordable historic neighborhoods… Prospect Lefferts Gardens. This quiet and tree-lined area is just a moment from Prospect Park, the great new amenities on Flatbush Avenue, and fantastic subway access including express trains with easy Manhattan access. Rows of handsome limestones and wide landscaped streets interspersed with free standing mansions make this is a special area with the perfect combination of pastoral yards and urban amenities. This barrel-front limestone has been in the same family for years and still maintains a perfect two-family layout; spacious owner’s duplex on the first two floors and a high-income rental on the top floor. Standing at 20’ wide and 43’ deep, an extra deep 120’ yard separates this home out from the crowd and allows for over 8200 sq. ft. of total buildable on this lot! Or just do a simple restoration and enjoy the original details including inlaid wood floor, lattice work, high ceilings, and a deep front yard. Bring your contractor and explore the many possibilities of living in the townhouse of your dreams without breaking the bank.

Additional features of this building include: B,5,Q,B,S Trains, High Ceilings, Lattice Work Details, Barrel Front Limestone Facade, Hardwood Floors, Large Windowed English Basement, Close to Shopping, Transportation & Parks, Extra Deep 120' Lot, 20' Wide, and Ability to Build 8200 sq. ft. Total On Lot!.

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Brooklyn
Brooklyn was once its own city, and still has a proud, independent, we’re-the-best-place-to-live vibe.
There’s certainly a residential experience for every taste. Brooklyn Heights is a classic suburb, with a half-mile long Promenade, 19th-century townhouses, and small co-ops. Along with the Heights, neighborhoods like Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, and Park Slope make up an area known as “Brownstone Brooklyn,” and their row houses often boast historical detailing, high ceilings, and fireplaces. Single-family houses abound in Brooklyn also, in neighborhoods like Ditmas Park, which has one of the largest groups of Victorian houses in the country; Flatbush, which has Colonial Revival houses with large lawns, and Mill Basin, where it’s possible to buy a waterfront single-family with a swimming pool. To the south, the peninsula of Coney Island has four neighborhoods — Brighton Beach, Coney Island, Manhattan Beach and Seagate — that are all about beaches, sun, and sand.
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This home has been sold

27 Clarkson Avenue
Flatbush Avenue and Bedford Avenue
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $1,100,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 2
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 9

Come home to one of Brooklyn’s last affordable historic neighborhoods… Prospect Lefferts Gardens. This quiet and tree-lined area is just a moment from Prospect Park, the great new amenities on Flatbush Avenue, and fantastic subway access including express trains with easy Manhattan access. Rows of handsome limestones and wide landscaped streets interspersed with free standing mansions make this is a special area with the perfect combination of pastoral yards and urban amenities. This barrel-front limestone has been in the same family for years and still maintains a perfect two-family layout; spacious owner’s duplex on the first two floors and a high-income rental on the top floor. Standing at 20’ wide and 43’ deep, an extra deep 120’ yard separates this home out from the crowd and allows for over 8200 sq. ft. of total buildable on this lot! Or just do a simple restoration and enjoy the original details including inlaid wood floor, lattice work, high ceilings, and a deep front yard. Bring your contractor and explore the many possibilities of living in the townhouse of your dreams without breaking the bank.

Additional features of this building include: B,5,Q,B,S Trains, High Ceilings, Lattice Work Details, Barrel Front Limestone Facade, Hardwood Floors, Large Windowed English Basement, Close to Shopping, Transportation & Parks, Extra Deep 120' Lot, 20' Wide, and Ability to Build 8200 sq. ft. Total On Lot!.

Guarantors Allowed
B,5,Q,B,S Trains
High Ceilings
Lattice Work Details
Barrel Front Limestone Facade
Hardwood Floors
Large Windowed English Basement
Close To Shopping, Transportation & Parks
Extra Deep 120' Lot
20' Wide
Ability To Build 8200 Sq. Ft. Total On Lot!
Brooklyn
Brooklyn was once its own city, and still has a proud, independent, we’re-the-best-place-to-live vibe.
There’s certainly a residential experience for every taste. Brooklyn Heights is a classic suburb, with a half-mile long Promenade, 19th-century townhouses, and small co-ops. Along with the Heights, neighborhoods like Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, and Park Slope make up an area known as “Brownstone Brooklyn,” and their row houses often boast historical detailing, high ceilings, and fireplaces. Single-family houses abound in Brooklyn also, in neighborhoods like Ditmas Park, which has one of the largest groups of Victorian houses in the country; Flatbush, which has Colonial Revival houses with large lawns, and Mill Basin, where it’s possible to buy a waterfront single-family with a swimming pool. To the south, the peninsula of Coney Island has four neighborhoods — Brighton Beach, Coney Island, Manhattan Beach and Seagate — that are all about beaches, sun, and sand.
Explore Brooklyn