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338 Carroll St., Brooklyn, NY 11231

Listing Details:
$2,495,000 Price
Townhouse Property Type
Carroll Gardens Neighborhood
3 Beds
2 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Unit Garden
Unit Laundry

This beautifully updated Carroll Gardens townhouse is currently used a lower garden duplex and an immaculate 1BR apartment on the top floor. It would convert easily to a very comfortable 3+ bedroom 2.5 bath single family home. The lower duplex features a unique Kitchen/Dining room layout with exposed bricks and original beams, a spacious custom island for prep and seating, wet bar, plus a elegant kitchen with Wolf stove. This floor also has W/D, half bath, and lots of closets. Out the back door is your private South Facing garden with lots of light, bluestone patio, lawn and a shed. The Parlor level offers two bedrooms and a full bath - the Master BR has a separate windowed dressing room. The top floor is an excellent one bedroom apartment with private access up the stoop. It has a great light filled living area/kitchen up front and a spacious bedroom in the back with 2 windows and a large closet. The bathroom has really nice finishes. The building has been well-loved and well-maintained. Utilities and systems are all new including radiant floor heating on the parlor floor, new boiler and HWH, plus all new electrics. The location can't be beat - close to the F/G trains on Smith St, just up from the iconic Carroll Street Bridge, convenient to Whole Foods and a number of fantastic restaurants, walking distance to several popular public and private schools ... and you're in the middle of charming Carroll Gardens.

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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