1092 Carroll Street
Bedford & Rogers Ave Crown Heights
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Mechanicals, Storage, Open, Garden, 2 Car Garage
3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Kitchen, Formal Dining Room, Living Room and LR Alcove, Deck
3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Kitchen, Formal Dining Room, Living Room and LR Alcove
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,032
**Contract Signed**This historic 2-family Victorian semi-attached brownstone is on a beautiful tree lined block in Crown Heights. It is filled with original details including hardwood inlaid-floors, stained glass, fireplace mantels, french-doors, and period detailing. Each of the 2 apartments has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, a formal dining room, living room and adjacent sitting room alcove. There are windows in every room including 3 Bay Windows (N, S and E) which bring in light throughout. The English basement, in addition to containing the mechanicals has street level windows and could be renovated and combined with the parlor floor to create an owners duplex. There is a garden, a deck on the parlor floor and a 2 car garage. Located just a short walk to the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Prospect Park and the Library at Grand Army Plaza this home offers the convenience of enjoying some of the best that Brooklyn has to offer. The subway is also just a few blocks away. With a little "Love?, this home can be restored to his former glory. As Crown Heights neighbors Prospect Heights and Park Slope you have easy access to many restaurants, shops and a proximity to Manhattan. As seen by the recent increase in property values in the area and given the potential rental income from the second apt and garage, it is also a great investment opportunity.
Additional features of this building include: 3 Exposures, Deck on Parlor Floor, English Basement, French Doors, Hardwood Inlaid Floors, Stained Glass, 2 Car Garage, and Period Details.
Runs from Franklin Avenue to the west, Atlantic Avenue to the north, Ralph Avenue to the east and Empire Boulevard to the south.
Crown Heights offers a variety of housing options: For townhouses, the Crown Heights North Historic District contains large and finely detailed row houses and freestanding mansions designed by Brooklyn’s major architects in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Some of the area townhouses sport stained glass, ornate plaster ceiling medallions, and oversized windows. There are even rental units available in Crown Heights with these amazing historical details. A second area around Brower Park contains four- and five-family homes built mostly in the Renaissance Revival style, and Italian and Greek Revival styles, too. But if you do not desire a townhouse, the former Brooklyn Jewish Hospital of Crown Heights has been renovated to hold 700 rental apartments — some with 12-foot ceilings.