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316 Carlton Avenue

Lafayette Avenue and De Kalb Avenue
Townhouse
$3,499,000
Annual Taxes: $7,455
What will this home cost?
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 Oxford St - 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 $3,499,000
Type Townhouse
Units 3
Floors 4
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 14
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,960
Key Features
Garden
Private Storage
Garden Sun Room
Wood Floors With Inlaid Mosaic Marble Tiles
Garden Access
Den/Office Area

Fall in love with your own piece of Brooklyn's history. 316 Carlton Avenue is a landmarked pre-Civil War era Italianate townhouse built in 1857 and located on beautiful row in the center of the Fort Greene Historic District. Its well preserved facade measures a very desirable 22 foot wide profile, and retains its rusticated base, original bracketed cornice, and curving Greek Revival doorway lintels. The inside has been updated and converted into a three-family dwelling with outdoor space for each unit. There is an owner’s duplex, plus two more high income producing rental units, both with garden access; or simply use the property as a multi-family investment asset in a neighborhood that has seen rapid appreciation in property values and rental income over the past several years. You’ll have excellent future upside potential. The house features exposed brick, eight fireplace mantles, and updated with floor-to-ceiling windows toward the rear of the lot. The garden apartment is a lovely and large one bedroom unit, with a glass walled sunroom that pours natural light inside and provides garden access. The parlor floor unit has typically higher ceilings, two bedrooms, another floor-to-ceiling glass wall, and a balcony that leads by stairs to the garden as well. Your owner’s duplex on the third and fourth floors features two bedrooms, plus a home office or nursery. It has a large roof terrace off its open plan living/dining room, two full bathrooms, and four fireplace mantles that complete the picture. The neighbor hood has a bit of everything you need for sophisticated city living. Nearby historic Fort Greene Park is a jewel designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who also designed Central Park and Prospect Park. The neighborhood is home to Brooklyn’s emerging Cultural District anchored by institutions like BAM, Theatre for a New Audience, The Mark Morris Dance Center, The Center for Fiction, BRIC Arts, and Urban Glass to name a few. Great dining and shopping options abound. Get anywhere in town with 10 Subway lines within walking distance, plus the LIRR at Atlantic Avenue. This combination of a prime landmarked location, with high income producing apartments will be delivered to you vacant. It is one of the rarest offerings of the the Spring market at a very attractive price; and sure to be on every Brooklyn townhouse buyer's short list.

Additional features of this building include: Garden sun room, Wood floors with inlaid mosaic marble tiles, Garden Access, and Den/Office area.

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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.
Explore Fort Greene

316 Carlton Avenue
Lafayette Avenue and De Kalb Avenue
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $3,499,000
Annual Taxes $7,455
Type Townhouse
Units 3
Floors 4
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 14
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,960

Fall in love with your own piece of Brooklyn's history. 316 Carlton Avenue is a landmarked pre-Civil War era Italianate townhouse built in 1857 and located on beautiful row in the center of the Fort Greene Historic District. Its well preserved facade measures a very desirable 22 foot wide profile, and retains its rusticated base, original bracketed cornice, and curving Greek Revival doorway lintels. The inside has been updated and converted into a three-family dwelling with outdoor space for each unit. There is an owner’s duplex, plus two more high income producing rental units, both with garden access; or simply use the property as a multi-family investment asset in a neighborhood that has seen rapid appreciation in property values and rental income over the past several years. You’ll have excellent future upside potential. The house features exposed brick, eight fireplace mantles, and updated with floor-to-ceiling windows toward the rear of the lot. The garden apartment is a lovely and large one bedroom unit, with a glass walled sunroom that pours natural light inside and provides garden access. The parlor floor unit has typically higher ceilings, two bedrooms, another floor-to-ceiling glass wall, and a balcony that leads by stairs to the garden as well. Your owner’s duplex on the third and fourth floors features two bedrooms, plus a home office or nursery. It has a large roof terrace off its open plan living/dining room, two full bathrooms, and four fireplace mantles that complete the picture. The neighbor hood has a bit of everything you need for sophisticated city living. Nearby historic Fort Greene Park is a jewel designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who also designed Central Park and Prospect Park. The neighborhood is home to Brooklyn’s emerging Cultural District anchored by institutions like BAM, Theatre for a New Audience, The Mark Morris Dance Center, The Center for Fiction, BRIC Arts, and Urban Glass to name a few. Great dining and shopping options abound. Get anywhere in town with 10 Subway lines within walking distance, plus the LIRR at Atlantic Avenue. This combination of a prime landmarked location, with high income producing apartments will be delivered to you vacant. It is one of the rarest offerings of the the Spring market at a very attractive price; and sure to be on every Brooklyn townhouse buyer's short list.

Additional features of this building include: Garden sun room, Wood floors with inlaid mosaic marble tiles, Garden Access, and Den/Office area.

Garden
Private Storage
Garden Sun Room
Wood Floors With Inlaid Mosaic Marble Tiles
Garden Access
Den/Office Area
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 Oxford St - 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