THREE IS A MAGIC NUMBER. This nearly 21' wide, light filled, Boerum Hill townhouse with gracious old world details provides myriad options for the discerning Brooklyn townhouse buyer.
The 4 story, 3 family townhouse is set up as a parlor and garden level duplex plus two 2 bedroom floor-through apartments. Keep as is and collect handsome income, renovate to your own grand single family home, or create a lovely two family with a gracious triplex over a garden level apartment. With a newly restored, charming, clapboard facade above a brick first floor exterior, spacious front courtyard and back garden, and a brand new kitchen in the duplex, you may move right in and live for free from the upper rental apartments. Throughout the home are lovely prewar cake and crown moldings, marble fireplace mantles, wide-plank wood floors, and pocket doors.
The first unit is a bright and airy parlor and garden level duplex replete with prewar details. The newly renovated chef's kitchen opens to the South facing deck with stairs leading to the deep backyard. The garden level has two king-sized bedrooms, one with an en-suite half bathroom, the other with direct access to the patio and onwards to the garden. The windowed hall bathroom has a washer/dryer. The desirous two floor-through apartments on the upper floors are both configured as two bedroom (or one bedroom +office/nursey), one bathroom apartments. They both feature in-unit washer/dryers, windowed kitchens with dishwashers opening to bright, south-facing living and dining areas, hardwood floors, and glass transoms.
Rich in history, 344 Dean Street was built between 1850-1860 as a part of a contiguous row of Italianate houses. Located at the nexus of Boerum Hill, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Fort Greene and Downtown Brooklyn, where established and growing amenities abound, BAM, and all the subway lines a moment away at Barclays Center. Establish your roots in the heart of Brooklyn today. Delivered vacant. Please see alternative floorplans.