801 Monroe Street
Between Patchen Avenue and Ralph Avenue Bedford-Stuyvesant
Nearby Subway Stations
- Guarantors allowed
Welcome to 801 Monroe Street, a tastefully renovated contemporary two family townhouse in Brooklyn’s leafy Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood. Configured as a convertible four-bedroom owner’s duplex with direct access to the recreation room/basement and a two-bedroom income producing rental apartment, this home is the perfect blend of functionality and style that modern townhouse buyers seek. The stunning open concept parlor floor is centered around a dramatic fireplace and features an open concept kitchen with high-end stainless steel appliances including Thermador refrigerator, double wall ovens and professional style cooktop and vented hood, a retractable glass rear-wall leading out to a covered deck and stairs to the garden, plus a powder room, and a glass-enclosed floating staircase up to the bedrooms. On the top floor, you’ll find a flexible four-bedroom, two-bath layout with a generous full-width master bedroom with walk-in-closet and en-suite bath. The owner’s unit also has access to the finished recreational room with laundry and plenty of room for extra storage. On the garden level, a newly renovated two-bedroom apartment is prime for rental income or would make the perfect in-law suite. 801 Monroe Street is located just one block from the J/Z trains at Gates Avenue and near some of Bedford Stuyvesant’s favorite local amenities including Café on Ralph, Chez Oscar, Chez Alex Bakery, L'Antagoniste, Zabka, Vegan hot-spot Toad Style, and more!
Additional features of this building include: Walk in Closet, Fireplace, Deck, and Dishwasher.
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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.