X

18 East 7th Street

Reeve Place and Greenwood Avenue
Townhouse
$835,000

This home has been sold

We have 18 similar homes for sale.
See Results

Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Prospect Ave - Reeve Pl
Subway number G Prospect Ave - Reeve Pl
Essentials
Price $835,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 2
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 8
Key Features
Garden

The quintessential Windsor Terrace home! Located on a pretty treelined street, this lovely 1899 clapboard house is steps away from Prospect Park. Lovely prewar details abound in this charming 2-family, including big bay windows, gorgeous wide plank pine floors, original woodwork, claw foot tubs and french doors. With windows in almost every room, on all four exposures, this fully detached home is always cheerful and bright. The curb appeal is unsurpassed with a lovely, sunny porch, newly painted facade and an elegantly landscaped front garden. There's even a fully finished basement with a full bath and kitchen that walks out to the back garden. Home requires some updating, but there is wonderful potential. The location is perfect -- you're around the corner from the train and an easy walk to Park Slope. More pictures will be posted shortly.

Agent
Licensed Associate RE Broker
See my 9 other sale listings
Living in Windsor Terrace
The Brooklyn enclave of Windsor Terrace evokes a sense of tranquility with its tree-lined streets, quaint coffee shops and access to sprawling Prospect Park, which skirts most of the neighborhood's eastern boundary. With a casual bar scene, quirky boutique shops and organic grocery stores, the mostly residential neighborhood gives its residents plenty to do without straying far from home.
Explore Windsor Terrace

This home has been sold

18 East 7th Street
Reeve Place and Greenwood Avenue
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $835,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 2
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 8

The quintessential Windsor Terrace home! Located on a pretty treelined street, this lovely 1899 clapboard house is steps away from Prospect Park. Lovely prewar details abound in this charming 2-family, including big bay windows, gorgeous wide plank pine floors, original woodwork, claw foot tubs and french doors. With windows in almost every room, on all four exposures, this fully detached home is always cheerful and bright. The curb appeal is unsurpassed with a lovely, sunny porch, newly painted facade and an elegantly landscaped front garden. There's even a fully finished basement with a full bath and kitchen that walks out to the back garden. Home requires some updating, but there is wonderful potential. The location is perfect -- you're around the corner from the train and an easy walk to Park Slope. More pictures will be posted shortly.

Living in Windsor Terrace
The Brooklyn enclave of Windsor Terrace evokes a sense of tranquility with its tree-lined streets, quaint coffee shops and access to sprawling Prospect Park, which skirts most of the neighborhood's eastern boundary. With a casual bar scene, quirky boutique shops and organic grocery stores, the mostly residential neighborhood gives its residents plenty to do without straying far from home.
Explore Windsor Terrace
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Prospect Ave - Reeve Pl
Subway number G Prospect Ave - Reeve Pl