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1551 East 36 St., Brooklyn, NY 11234

Listing Details:
$799,000 Price
Townhouse Property Type
Marine Park/Mill Basin Neighborhood
3 Beds
1.5 Baths
1,472 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$479 RET
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Unit Garden

New to The Market | Don't Miss | First Open House | Sunday 4/14 | 11:30-1PM

First time Buyers, this is the perfect house waiting for you. Move right into this solid brick semi attached, shared driveway, one family house in Marine Park in excellent condition.
As you enter, the first floor offers, a sunroom, with granite floors, a large closet and lots of windows. The spacious living room and formal dining room feature many windows, allowing sun throughout the day to filter in, crown moldings, and parquet floors. A powder room in mint condition, with a ceramic floor and pedestal sink.

The eat in kitchen has been renovated and features custom light cherry wood cabinetry, granite counters, large pantry, double sinks, and state of the art stainless steel appliances. A built in granite banquette for family dining is
an added bonus.

The second floor has three bedrooms, the large master bedroom features a cathedral ceiling, two large closets, built in AC, and double exposure. The two other bedrooms are of generous size with closets, in each. A full windowed bathroom, with a custom vanity, and additional storage for your convenience.

The finished basement, has an open playroom, a small separate bedroom, with laundry, and an additional room for storage. The house is equipped with an intercom system throughout, alarmed to central station, a garage, and small backyard area. Call to schedule an appointment to view.

Listing courtesy of Compass

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