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118 South Elliott Place

Fulton Street and Hanson Place
Townhouse
$1,695,000

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Subway Lines
Subway number C Subway number G Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number B Subway number D Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number C Portland Ave - Fulton Ave
Subway number G Fort Greene Pl - Lafayette Ave
Subway number 2 Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number 3 Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number 4 Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number 5 Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number B Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number D Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number N Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number Q Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number R Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Essentials
Price $1,695,000
Type Townhouse
Units 4
Floors 4

Come home to an extra-wide, detailed laden brick townhouse on one of Fort Greene's best blocks, with great income potential! Located just steps away from every subway line, this approx. 4000 sq. ft beauty features a large owner's duplex with 2-3 bedrooms, a grand high-ceilinged parlor floor with a deck off the kitchen, and a sun-filled extension on the garden level. Details include a working fireplace, marble mantles, perfectly preserved wood floors, tin ceilings, pocket doors, and plaster ceiling moldings. The upper two floors each have large sun-filled rental units in great condition, also featuring intact mantles, wood floors, great closet space and high ceilings. Each of the apartments would rent for at least $2000/month, providing the owner with a great income to offset their monthly mortgage. This home also features a large garden, new mechanicals, and a huge basement. Unusual for Fort Greene, this home is also zoned for school District 15 and 38, and is just two blocks from Fort Greene Park, the green market, Atlantic Center, and all of the wonderful restaurants and amenities that make the neighborhood such a wonderful community. First showings will be Saturday, March 18 and Sunday, March 19.

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Fort Greene
Living in Fort Greene
Bordered by Clinton Hill and minutes away from bustling downtown Brooklyn, Fort Greene offers the ideal blend of quiet residential brownstones and big-city amenities. It’s home to Brooklyn’s first park and a diverse cultural community. Historically significant architecture abounds, with medieval-inspired designs like the Church of St. Michael and St. Edwards located near the neoclassical structure of the Brooklyn Masonic Temple.
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This home has been sold

118 South Elliott Place
Fulton Street and Hanson Place
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $1,695,000
Type Townhouse
Units 4
Floors 4

Come home to an extra-wide, detailed laden brick townhouse on one of Fort Greene's best blocks, with great income potential! Located just steps away from every subway line, this approx. 4000 sq. ft beauty features a large owner's duplex with 2-3 bedrooms, a grand high-ceilinged parlor floor with a deck off the kitchen, and a sun-filled extension on the garden level. Details include a working fireplace, marble mantles, perfectly preserved wood floors, tin ceilings, pocket doors, and plaster ceiling moldings. The upper two floors each have large sun-filled rental units in great condition, also featuring intact mantles, wood floors, great closet space and high ceilings. Each of the apartments would rent for at least $2000/month, providing the owner with a great income to offset their monthly mortgage. This home also features a large garden, new mechanicals, and a huge basement. Unusual for Fort Greene, this home is also zoned for school District 15 and 38, and is just two blocks from Fort Greene Park, the green market, Atlantic Center, and all of the wonderful restaurants and amenities that make the neighborhood such a wonderful community. First showings will be Saturday, March 18 and Sunday, March 19.

Fort Greene
Living in Fort Greene
Bordered by Clinton Hill and minutes away from bustling downtown Brooklyn, Fort Greene offers the ideal blend of quiet residential brownstones and big-city amenities. It’s home to Brooklyn’s first park and a diverse cultural community. Historically significant architecture abounds, with medieval-inspired designs like the Church of St. Michael and St. Edwards located near the neoclassical structure of the Brooklyn Masonic Temple.
Explore Fort Greene
Subway Lines
Subway number C Subway number G Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number B Subway number D Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number C Portland Ave - Fulton Ave
Subway number G Fort Greene Pl - Lafayette Ave
Subway number 2 Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number 3 Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number 4 Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number 5 Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number B Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number D Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number N Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number Q Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl
Subway number R Ashland Pl - Hanson Pl