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217 DeKalb Avenue

Between Adelphi Street and Clermont Avenue
Townhouse
$2,895,000
Annual Taxes: $7,269
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number G Subway number C
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number G Clinton Ave - Lafayette Ave
Subway number C Oxford St - Fulton Ave
Essentials
Price $2,895,000
Type Townhouse
Units 3
Floors 4
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 11
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,040
Key Features
Garden

This Federal Brick townhouse was built in 1850 by James Lock and was originally part of the Ryerson Farm which was sectioned off into lots, and was sold in the mid-1840’s. This stately Italianate townhouse is configured as a three family, but is currently a two family with two furnished rooms. This gorgeous home offers: Southern exposures, original brick façade, original cornice, plaster moldings, plaster medallions, five working wood burning fireplaces with beautiful mantles, window shutters throughout, original staircase, ornate hardwood floors with double borders, 9” wide pine plank floors on garden level, (upper floor also have hard wood floors) and floor to ceiling windows in the parlor. This home offers four floors measuring 20X38, a full basement, a full garden and the lot measures 20X93. This current configuration is an owner’s duplex, with two floor through apartments above and it’s currently being taxed as a three family. This townhouse is located in the historic landmark district and has the potential to be extraordinary (Please bring your contractor) and is awaiting your vision! Located in close proximity to Fort Green’s restaurant row close to countless acclaimed restaurants including: Colonia Verde, Miss Ada, Walters, Dino, Evelina, Gentleman Farmer, Prospect, Bisou Bisou, Olea, Luanne’s Wild Ginger, Cafe e Vino, Maison May Dekalb, Dosa Royale, Cafe Paulette and many more! This home is also local to Fort Greene Park, Atlantic Terminal with proximity to 11 subway lines including: 2/3, 4/5, G, B/D, Q, M, N/R and the LIRR, Barclay's Center, BAM, BRIC Cultural Arts Center, Polonsky Shakespear Center, and convenient shopping including:, Whole Foods, The Farmer’s Market, Dekalb Market Hall, Greenlight Book Store and The Apple Store just to name a few!

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

217 DeKalb Avenue
Between Adelphi Street and Clermont Avenue
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $2,895,000
Annual Taxes $7,269
Type Townhouse
Units 3
Floors 4
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 11
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,040

This Federal Brick townhouse was built in 1850 by James Lock and was originally part of the Ryerson Farm which was sectioned off into lots, and was sold in the mid-1840’s. This stately Italianate townhouse is configured as a three family, but is currently a two family with two furnished rooms. This gorgeous home offers: Southern exposures, original brick façade, original cornice, plaster moldings, plaster medallions, five working wood burning fireplaces with beautiful mantles, window shutters throughout, original staircase, ornate hardwood floors with double borders, 9” wide pine plank floors on garden level, (upper floor also have hard wood floors) and floor to ceiling windows in the parlor. This home offers four floors measuring 20X38, a full basement, a full garden and the lot measures 20X93. This current configuration is an owner’s duplex, with two floor through apartments above and it’s currently being taxed as a three family. This townhouse is located in the historic landmark district and has the potential to be extraordinary (Please bring your contractor) and is awaiting your vision! Located in close proximity to Fort Green’s restaurant row close to countless acclaimed restaurants including: Colonia Verde, Miss Ada, Walters, Dino, Evelina, Gentleman Farmer, Prospect, Bisou Bisou, Olea, Luanne’s Wild Ginger, Cafe e Vino, Maison May Dekalb, Dosa Royale, Cafe Paulette and many more! This home is also local to Fort Greene Park, Atlantic Terminal with proximity to 11 subway lines including: 2/3, 4/5, G, B/D, Q, M, N/R and the LIRR, Barclay's Center, BAM, BRIC Cultural Arts Center, Polonsky Shakespear Center, and convenient shopping including:, Whole Foods, The Farmer’s Market, Dekalb Market Hall, Greenlight Book Store and The Apple Store just to name a few!

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 G Subway number C
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number G Clinton Ave - Lafayette Ave
Subway number C Oxford St - Fulton Ave