Architect: Bastien Halard
Two Family Brick Townhouse
Lot: 20 x 100
Building: 20 x 38
Earn income and live in this gorgeously renovated home. The architect and sellers had a vision to create a charming townhouse that reminds one of a chateau in France and is yet distinctly Brooklyn. By creating a separate duplex rental with a private patio, the new owners can collect income and have a triplex and large lush garden all their own.
163 Wyckoff Street was on the Boerum Hill House Tour and everyone was taken by it. It has exposed beams, two wood burning fireplaces/stoves, a decorative fireplace, wood floors, smart niches and storage space throughout, a sprawling children's playroom and Japanese-style bedrooms for the top floor.Modern necessities such as central air conditioning (heating thru hot water radiators) and top of the line kitchen appliances as well as thoughtful design choices like having the toilet and bath separated (as there is no reason to have these together) make this home truly one of a kind.
Cool neighborhood digs such as The Brooklyn Inn, Rucola and Public Record are a block or two away. The F & G trains at Bergen & Smith are two blocks away. Shops, restaurants and cafes dot Atlantic Avenue and Smith Street.