This pre-civil war detached house sits on a coveted 25-by-100 foot lot just off Myrtle Avenue, one of the Brooklyn’s most dynamic commercial corridors. This legal 2-family house retains significant Greek Revival and Italianate style, featuring original entrance enframements and denticulated and bracketed cornices. The quaint interior has the original wide plank floors. Currently 1,200 square feet, this property has significant room for expansion. The front and back gardens are dense with plantings and 141 Clermont is a stone’s throw away from Fort Greene Park. This is truly unique opportunity to create a house that speaks to its past and celebrates its future.