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4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
GARDEN LEVEL guest suite (great "in-law" space, au pair suite) with SOARING CEILINGS
Large, SOUTH facing GARDEN and DECK creating abundant light throughout
WALK to NYC FERRY, subway, express bus
WALK to PS 102 (TOP PICK PUBLIC SCHOOL, inside schools.org)
WALK to BEST restaurants
WALK to spectacular BAY RIDGE WATERFRONT PROMENADE (best SUNSETS)
A great mix of modern living and period details in prime Bay Ridge, a spacious single family home.
Located on a quiet tree-lined street, 116 72nd will simply charm you. This proud Limestone has all the features to make this your family's home for generations. High ceilings and large double bay windows allow light and air to flow in. Well preserved details abound: the parlor floor has a central staircase with a wide open floorplan, and he staircase has all original Oak detailing and even features an operational antique stair-lamp! Next to the modern, updated kitchen is a real gem: a formal dining room with original coffered ceilings, parquet flooring, built-in leaded glass china hutches and delicate plaster filigree.
Even lower level has 12' ceilings, and the spacious bedrooms on the top floor complete the picture. Looking for some sun? The South facing garden is there for your enjoyment anytime.
Bay Ridge is quickly becoming the last "secret" neighborhood people are whispering about. 116 72nd is currently zoned for PS 102 ( a Top Pick of Inside Schools.org) The new Express Ferry and Express bus make commuting to midtown Manhattan a snap. Dining is top shelf: Old school eateries like Chadwick's Steak & Seafood, or Vesuvio's red sauce Italian, mix with newcomers The Coop (a craft beer pub that has a kids play area in the rear) and The Pearl Room. International cuisine is plentiful and varied: Polonica and Elia for Polish eats; Ho'Brah serving California tacos; Arirang Hibachi & Sapporo for Japanese; Tanoreen for Mediterranean; and of course, plenty of Italian style restaurants.
Looking to get outdoors? Bay Ridge is bounded on the West and South by New York Harbor, and Owl's Head Park is a short two blocks away. It's a great place for biking, soccer, or just sitting in the grass and watching sailboats drift by.
As more industry moves into Brooklyn, houses in this community are more and more coveted. Commuting is easy, and world class restaurants & shopping are all around. Come visit and see for yourself!