382 CHAUNCEY ST
Between Saratoga Avenue and Howard Avenue Bedford-Stuyvesant
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Nearby Subway Stations
- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,300
- High-speed internet
- Cable ready
This beautiful, two-family, Romanesque Revival townhouse, sits on the border of the historic Stuyvesant Heights and Ocean Hill neighborhoods in Brooklyn. It is a 20' wide by 55' deep building, on a 20' by 75' lot; and features a light-toned masonry facade; bay window with arched openings; rusticated stone and brick ornament; and it's original cornice at the roofline. The house is in excellent mechanical condition, and was recently repointed, with updated heating, hot water, and electrical throughout. The heavy lifting has already been done. Inside, you'll find a finished English basement, owners unit on the parlor floor, and an income producing 3 bedroom rental apartment upstairs. The owner's unit can be used as is, or considered a blank canvas to express your own vision. The rental unit needs a bit of TLC. This could also be converted to single family townhouse as well. The property is currently set up as a legal two-family; building class B-1; three stories; and measures 3300 gross square feet total. Convenient to the J, Z, & C subway lines. The house will be delivered completely vacant and is in great shape where it counts. Priced to sell!
Living in Bedford-Stuyvesant
Bedford-Stuyvesant’s coolness credentials are impeccable. Pronounced bed-sty (rhymes with “my”), New York City’s famous Brooklyn neighborhood featured in lyrics to Billy Joel’s “You May Be Right”, was practically its own character in Spike Lee’s film, Do the Right Thing, and was a source of inspiration for comedian Chris Rock’s television show, Everybody Hates Chris. Living in Bedford-Stuyvesant means inheriting, embracing, and celebrating a rich architectural and social legacy.