130 Fort Greene Place is nestled into a consistent block front of 19th century townhouses tucked into the desirable Fort Greene community. The circa 1856 townhouse built in the popular modified Italianate style of its day is 20 feet by 40 feet on an 85-foot lot with a seven-foot extension of the two lower floors. The two-family landmarked house contains many period details throughout, most notably on the grandly proportioned parlor floor. For the project minded, this approximately 3,500-square-foot house will need complete updating. Contractors and architects are welcome and encouraged.
This house is conveniently located in the BAM Cultural District and offers direct access to all Fort Greene has to offer. You are just a few moments away from a major subway hub, the MetroTech shopping center and blocks to Barclay's Center, Fort Greene Park and Downtown Brooklyn. The BAM Cultural District itself has been dubbed the new Lincoln Center.