Highly Motivated Seller would like to welcome you to 415 Vanderbilt Street. Built in 1910, this 20' wide, semi-detached 2-family brick home is nestled on one of Windsor Terraces most coveted tree lined blocks.
Sitting on an extra-wide 20x90' lot, 415 Vanderbilt Street boasts finely preserved original detail with a modern flare, tall ceilings adorned with crown moldings and filigree, true to the era, wooden stair banisters, two parlor style living rooms with elongated bay windows, hardwood floors, new windows throughout and a recently renovated basement suite.
The home is filled with possibilities - Live and rent, add to your investment portfolio with a projected 6% cap rate, or use as a single family townhouse, the options are limitless.
The first floor unit features a spacious primary bedroom, a large second bedroom with custom built murphy bed closet, making it the perfect guestroom, office, gym, or studio. The space features chic oak wood floors with button details, a parlor floor living room with bay windows, glass paned French parlor doors and high ceilings, and a galley kitchen leading to the grand backyard. The second ground floor unit features a fully finished modern suite, complete with its very own kitchen, full bathroom, laundry, three custom closets, guest bedroom, and separate entrance.
The top floor unit boasts three bedrooms, a large open concept parlor style living room with high filigree ceilings, dining room, hardwood floors throughout, tiled galley style kitchen with marble countertops, and stainless steel appliances.
The backyard is a magical oasis, the 15ft high walls adorned with ivy give the feeling of an ethereal retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The 20x37ft' backyard is split into two sections, half features a spacious patio ground wood deck perfect for BBQ's, eating al-fresco, and entertaining, and the other half is landscaped with beautiful greenery, lovely rose bushes and trees, providing ample shade, a true gardener's paradise.
Prime location, with views of Captain John Mckenna Park, and Seeley Park, and just a short stroll to Prospect Park, Greenwood Park, restaurants and transportation. A true Brooklyn gem!