334 20th Street
Between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue Greenwood
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A 1 bedroom with alcove, kitchen and bathroom. Needs update and renovation.
Owner's duplex, first floor featuring living, kitchen and den with a half bath in an open floor plan. The second floor features two bedrooms with a full bathroom.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,350
Location is everything, and this quaint, two family townhouse, situated in Greenwood Heights, has just that. The property is currently arranged as an owner's duplex with a rental unit above. The entrance for the duplex is from the garden level, which contains the living room, kitchen, a half bathroom and an extension for either an office, another bedroom or additional living space. The upper floor of the duplex has two bedrooms and a full bathroom. Now sealed, an old entryway from the second floor landing would allow for the property to be converted back to a single family usage, or the top floor can continue to be used as a one bedroom apartment. Constructed on an 18x100 foot lot, this home provides a generous and secluded backyard, which is ideal for entertaining guests, gardening or simply relaxing in your own private oasis. If the backyard isn't big enough, simply meander over to Prospect Park, which is less than a 15 minute walk. For further convenience, the property is in close proximity to several train and bus lines, providing numerous transportation options and easy access to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
Runs from Prospect Avenue to the north, 20th Street and MacDonald Avenue to the east, 38th Street to the south and Greenwood Cemetery to the west.
Greenwood, which is just south of Park Slope, sits on the highest elevated point in Brooklyn, allowing for spectacular views, whether in a wood-frame house or a high-rise apartment building. The neighborhood was rezoned relatively recently, so new luxury condos now complement many of Greenwood’s existing single-family and two-family homes. As part of the initiative to spruce up the neighborhood, a community movement has begun to renovate and restore some of the rare historical wood-frame houses to their turn-of-the-century artistry.