68 Harman Street
Between Evergreen Avenue and Central Avenue Bushwick
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Nearby Subway Stations
- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,716
Welcome to 68 Harman Street, a newly renovated, 2-family townhome with a bright, open, and airy arrangement that attests to the historic charm of Bushwick's infrastructure and the surging energy of this young, inviting neighborhood. This magnificent property is located in close proximity to the Central Avenue Station on Myrtle Avenue and just a stone's throw from endless night life, bars, restaurants and unique venues- Bossanova, Roberta's, TuTu's, and Lot 45- in the immediate area, nearby Williamsburg, or in the Lower East Side, just minutes by train. Enter into the parlor floor and find an open concept living/ dining area, with sky high ceilings, lush parquet floors, and classic moldings, all adorned by recessed lighting and loads of natural light from oversized exposures in the front of the home. In the rear of the parlor floor, just past the half bathroom and washer/ dryer hookups, is an eat-in kitchen with a massive exposure and entry way to fresh wood deck and ample yard space- ideal for hosting guests of all types. This chef's haven features pristine white cabinetry with slate grey accents, white subway tile backsplash, a center island with sink and gleaming granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances, including a double wide fridge and dishwasher. The top floor boats a spacious 3-bedroom layout, featuring a master bedroom with three brilliant exposures, and an en suite bathroom featuring Hollywood mirror lighting, his and her sinks, a standing shower with glass doors, and grey and white granite tiling throughout. While owners bask in comfort, lucky tenants will have the luxury of occupying an equally impressive rental unit—an ideal space for ensuring your return on investment. Inside this outstanding duplex is are 2 spacious bedrooms accompanied by open and spacious living area, newly renovated bathroom and another open concept, eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher.
Runs from Flushing Avenue to Broadway to the Queens Borough line and the Cemetery of the Evergreens.
As the up-and-coming bohemian hangout of Brooklyn, Bushwick is chock-full of apartments to both rent and buy. The neighborhood is sometimes described as a unique melding of the East Village and Williamsburg, rolled into the industrial setting of northeastern Brooklyn. Former industrial lofts and warehouses have been converted to live/work spaces, as well as artists’ studios. Many of these residences and work spaces in Bushwick still retain details, like expansive spaces and soaring ceilings, found in those old lofts and warehouses.