513 Herkimer Street
Albany Avenue and Troy Avenue Bedford-Stuyvesant
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Three bedrooms and two full-baths with master en suite, office and backyard access.
20 x 100' lot and 20 x 40' building. 2,920 SQFT with buildable FAR. Brick façade. Separate entrance into each unit. Fully renovated - All mechanicals, roof, floors, windows, plumbing, bathrooms, wiring are brand new.
Three bedrooms and two full-baths. Open great room with living, dining and kitchen.
Large great room with living/dining, open kitchen, bedroom and half-bath.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,920
- Guarantors allowed
This large late 19th century three-story, two-family brick townhouse sits on a wide 20 x 100-foot lot in Stuyvesant Heights. Retaining its historic façade, this fully renovated home boasts seven bedrooms and four and a half baths. The owner’s duplex features an expansive full parlor floor great room, with high ceilings, and bright, dual north and south exposures. The complete chef’s kitchen includes professional range with pot faucet, ample counter space, double refrigerator, prep sink and ceiling-height cabinetry. The owner’s residence also offers a master bedroom with en suite bath and large backyard, great for relaxing and entertaining. The top-floor rental unit offers three bedrooms, two full-baths and skylights throughout, offering daylong sunlight. The rental unit has a history of consistent tenancy and will be delivered vacant or with tenants who are willing to renew. This townhouse is located near Fulton Park, a playground, countless new developments, the growing collection of commercial options on Fulton Street and Lewis and Suyvesant Avenues as well as several train lines.
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Runs from Flushing Avenue to the north, Atlantic Avenue to the south, Broadway to the east, and Bedford Avenue to the west.
Hear “Bedford-Stuyvesant,” (or possibly just its nickname, “Bed-Stuy,”) and you’ll probably think: brownstones. The Stuyvesant Heights historic district of Macdonough, Bainbridge and Chauncey is landmarked — Lewis Avenue between Macdonough and Decatur was once named the “Greenest Block in Brooklyn” — but there are beautiful historic brownstones scattered throughout Bed-Stuy. Many of these coveted Bedford-Stuyvesant townhouses have their original fireplaces, crown moldings, and shutters. Often they are set up as two- or three-family houses, so that Bedford-Stuyvesant renters as well as buyers can enjoy their historical charm.