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186 Seeley Street

Between Prospect Avenue and Prospect Park Southwes
Townhouse
$1,500,000

This home has been sold

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 $1,500,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 3
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2.5
Rooms 8
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,602

Rare Windsor Terrace two family row house with private parking! Located on a quiet, tree-lined street less than a block from Prospect Park, this charming home retains many original prewar details and offers opportunities abound. Currently configured as an owner's 2 bedroom duplex with an income-producing 1 bedroom plus nursery or office on the second floor, this home can easily be converted into a single family.

On the garden level, you'll find a spacious living room and an eat-in kitchen flooded with natural light. The kitchen leads to a terrace overlooking your vast backyard. There is also a powder room on this level. Up the stairs on the parlor floor are three additional rooms that can be used as bedrooms or converted into an open living room/study/sitting room. There is also a full bath on this floor. The top floor features a sun-drenched income-producing unit comprised of 1 bedroom plus a nursery or office off the master bedroom. The cellar has an extension and can be turned into a finished living space to expand the owner's unit into a triplex.

Measuring 16.67 ft x 35 ft, this home sits on a 16.67 ft x 150 ft lot with private parking. Three and a half blocks to the F/G train and minutes from Windsor Terrace favorites including, Butterfunk Kitchen, Le Paddock, and Brooklyn Commune. Own a 19th century row house for the price of a condo, and bring in rental income! This opportunity is not to be missed.

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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

186 Seeley Street
Between Prospect Avenue and Prospect Park Southwes
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $1,500,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 3
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2.5
Rooms 8
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,602

Rare Windsor Terrace two family row house with private parking! Located on a quiet, tree-lined street less than a block from Prospect Park, this charming home retains many original prewar details and offers opportunities abound. Currently configured as an owner's 2 bedroom duplex with an income-producing 1 bedroom plus nursery or office on the second floor, this home can easily be converted into a single family.

On the garden level, you'll find a spacious living room and an eat-in kitchen flooded with natural light. The kitchen leads to a terrace overlooking your vast backyard. There is also a powder room on this level. Up the stairs on the parlor floor are three additional rooms that can be used as bedrooms or converted into an open living room/study/sitting room. There is also a full bath on this floor. The top floor features a sun-drenched income-producing unit comprised of 1 bedroom plus a nursery or office off the master bedroom. The cellar has an extension and can be turned into a finished living space to expand the owner's unit into a triplex.

Measuring 16.67 ft x 35 ft, this home sits on a 16.67 ft x 150 ft lot with private parking. Three and a half blocks to the F/G train and minutes from Windsor Terrace favorites including, Butterfunk Kitchen, Le Paddock, and Brooklyn Commune. Own a 19th century row house for the price of a condo, and bring in rental income! This opportunity is not to be missed.

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