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46 Hendrix St., Brooklyn, NY 11207

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$850,000 Price
Single-Family Townhouse Property Type
East New York Neighborhood
4 Beds
1.5 Baths
1,448 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$424 RET
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Unit Garden

46 Hendrix Street is a stunning, recently renovated, semi-detached, yellow brick row house situated in the vibrant Cypress Hill section of Brooklyn. A tranquil neighborhood sprinkled with rolling hills and sprawling green parks throughout. This beautiful and quality one-family house was built circa 1910 and is chock-full of great details like a scenic covered front porch; decorative floral 'Lincrusta-like' wall treatments; decorative front door wooden wreath; and crafty parquet floors throughout.

Boasting a spacious 1,448 square feet with four bedrooms and one and one-half bathrooms; 46 Hendrix Street is more than enough room for you and your family. The fully decked-out backyard space is 500 square feet of fun, ready for your next BBQ. And the fully finished basement is an additional 724 square feet of living space: with full kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room (rec. room) and private entrance for your renter.

This residence is near Highland Park and other parks; shopping and entertainment along Fulton Street and Atlantic Avenue; near Broadway Junction, MTA trains (A, C, J, L, and Z) the LIRR and MTA buses. Also, near the Jackie Robinson Parkway and Belt Parkway. A MUST SEE PROPERTY!

Listing courtesy of Compass

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