Ideally located on majestic Stuyvesant Avenue, this exceptional 4-story Queen Ann brownstone sits on a rare 120-foot deep lot. It was designed and built in 1891 by W. R. Bell and has been renovated to a high degree with just enough to do to allow you to input your personal stamp. Configured as an owners triplex over a garden-floor rental, you can live in style while collecting income.
The classic-contemporary renovation utilizes clean lines for sleek sophistication and is the perfect foundation whatever your decorating style. Features include central air-conditioning; leveled, rift-cut oak floors stained to an English chestnut finish; slate entry and hallway floors; rear deck; custom designed maple built-ins throughout. The kitchen is entirely custom-designed with teak cabinetry, granite counter tops, and stainless appliances boasting high-end names such as Viking, Bosch, and GE Monogram.
The kitchen is located in the center of the parlor floor creating easy access to the front dining room or the rear living room. The dining room is bright and inviting with a triple bay window overlooking the historic streetscape. The rear parlor is the heart of the home with oversized, glass, floor-to-ceiling doors opening up on to a spacious deck with steps into the garden and the wood-burning fireplace is fully functional. You can truly bring the outdoors in no matter what time of year. The unusually deep garden is an oasis of lushness in the urban jungle with 4-seasons of beauty providing privacy all year long.
Upstairs the master suite is warm, comfortable and highly functional with a custom maple built-in desk, a large walk-through closet and an ensuite bath with a custom-designed teak vanity. The front room is lit up by a quadruple bay of windows and the back bedroom is graced with privacy from the dense evergreens beyond. Up another flight are 2 more bedrooms, a full bath and laundry area. Here is where you can complete this vision of luxury living.
The unbeatable location is steps away from the express A/C train station in lovely Fulton Park you'll exhale every time you leave the subway after a long day at work. In your spare time you'll enjoy nearby Mama Fox, Peaches, Saraghina, Bar LunAtico, Casablanca Lounge, Halsey Traders and much, much more in burgeoning Bedford Stuyvesant.
To read more about the recent history of 337 Stuyvesant Avenue and it's current renovation, link to https://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/21/realestate/21habi.html