3382 12th Avenue
12th Avenue and 12th Avenue Kensington
Worried about street parking in Brooklyn? Look no further than this pre-war brick townhouse in Kensington featuring a rare two-car garage. Plus, room for two more cars in the driveway! This two-floor, multi-residence, (plus partially finished basement) has room to spare at over 2700 square feet. The first floor unit features two bedrooms and two baths. There is a large dining room and entry foyer adjacent to the living room that features over-size windows facing south. The partially finished basement includes a laundry area. The garage on this level is unique (that it's there!) and is completely separated from the basement by a small outdoor courtyard. The upper residence has two bedrooms, one bath and a large dining room. The living room is adjacent to a small den with French doors. This second-floor unit features beautifully inlaid, hardwood floors. This home has a new roof and will be delivered vacant. Use it as is and live with a great rental income, or convert it to a single-family residence with a finished basement. Kensington is in the heart of it all-- Prospect Park, the restaurants on Fort Hamilton Parkway and Prospect Avenue in Windsor Terrace. All the new cafes and restaurants on Caton and Church Avenues, not to mention the award winning restaurants on Cortelyou Road. It is close to the F and G subway lines. And lastly, you can make a fast escape to the Prospect Expressway from your own garage and driveway.
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Living in Kensington
A traditional Brooklyn neighborhood, Kensington is nestled between Borough Park and Ditmas Park. The lush expanses of Prospect Park and tony boutiques of Park Slope are within easy reach from this primarily residential area. Stately brick row houses appeal to residents from all walks of life, and the central strip of Ocean Parkway is a bustling hive of activity. High-rise apartment buildings and independent shops line this broad boulevard, with landscaped malls, benches and chess tables marking its fringes. Kensington is slowly changing, attracting cafes, bakeries and bars in recent years as new residents move in. The F and G trains serve Kensington’s western edge, and the Q is close at hand.