On the Market in New York City
By: Stefanos ChenPublished: 8/1/2019Source: The New York Times
Featuring Heather McMaster, Ariane Dembs, and Annette Glass' listing at 188 Van Buren Street, Bedford-Stuyvesant:
Bedford-Stuyvesant House • $2,199,000 • BROOKLYN • 188 Van Buren Street
A two-family townhouse with a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath triplex that has an open kitchen with a deck and a second-floor den that could be converted to another bedroom, over a one-bedroom, one-bath garden-level apartment. There’s also a full basement and a backyard. Heather McMaster, 917-803-4219, Ariane Dembs, 315-345-1745, Annette Glass, 949-335-8941, Corcoran; corcoran.com
TAXES $3,672 a year
PROS The house was fully renovated in 2015 by the owners, one of whom was a professional chef and outfitted the kitchen with a six-burner Wolf range, 48-inch wide stainless steel refrigerator, custom cabinetry, marble countertops and a second prep sink in the center island. The home has three zone central air and heat, as well as built-in speakers. There are washers and dryers in both units.
CONS One of the three bedrooms in the triplex has small windows and a slanted roof; another has a skylight rather than a traditional window. The closest subway station, the Myrtle Avenue J, M, and Z trains, is over a half a mile away
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