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462 Sackett St., Brooklyn, NY 11231

Listing Details:
$2,280,000 Price
Townhouse Property Type
Carroll Gardens Neighborhood
-- Beds
0 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$293 RET
Key Features:
Unit Garden

DUE TO UNCONTOLLABLE CIRCUMSTANCES OPEN HOUSE IS RESCHEDULED TO SUNDAY JULY 21 5-6PM BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.Own a Brownstone in Carroll Gardens... one of the most cherished and historic neighborhoods in Brooklyn. This charming townhome is a perfect condo alternative own a private home on a tranquil tree lined street. Currently configured as an owners duplex over a garden rental, it easily converts into a single family home.The owners duplex has a chef friendly kitchen combined with an open living/dining layout and fantastic light. A picturesque window in the kitchen overlooks a south-facing deck and a backyard with a flourishing magnolia tree. This indoor/outdoor living is perfect for entertaining. Its truly a slice of heaven! Each floor of the duplex has a full bathroom and all three bedrooms are bright with a hint of original detail. The Shed in the back, similar to The Shed in Hudson Yards, can be your own artist's studio, writers nook or anything else that you dream of! The rental unit has a private entrance and a large bedroom facing the garden with several windows that let the southern light stream in all day. This amazing location is a short stroll to all the action! Smith and Court Streets have to offer... Black Mountain Winehouse, Ugly Baby, Pig Beach, Buttermilk Channel, Ample Hills Creamery and Whole Foods, of course. 2 blocks to Carroll St. F Train and 5 minutes to Union Street R train.

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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