463 Macon is one of 8 landmarked Brownstones built in 1863 in the center of Historic Stuyvesant Heights. This two-family home has 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, private outdoor space, and a fireplace mantel on every floor. The center of this glorious home is the parlor floor with light streaming in from floor to ceiling windows.
Abundance of space defines both the kitchen and the living room. The kitchen is renovated yet maintains charm with a double farmhouse sink, exposed brick and a crystal chandelier. There is also enough room for a breakfast bar and full dining table. The deck off the kitchen is great for coffee in the morning while the patio/yard below is perfect for outdoor entertaining. The living room is big enough to split into two; either for two separate living rooms or a living room and a work/study from home area. The top floor has four bedrooms in total; two full bedrooms and two smaller bedrooms, in addition to a historic/renovated black and white tiled bathroom. Handsome original hardwood floors, a stunning staircase with original newel post, exposed brick and stylish lighting bring this home together.
With incredible potential, 463 Macon offers infinite opportunities for rental income and home conversion to a single family. The Garden apartment currently serves as a one-bedroom rental with a retro blue kitchen. The space could also function as a work-from-home or remote learning area, or an artist studio. The perfect Condo alternative, this is a must see with super low taxes and rental income. Additionally, a full cellar is ready for all your storage needs.
Location, Location, Location! 463 Macon Street is one block from Saraghina and near some of Brooklyn's best restaurants and cocktail offerings including Peaches on Lewis, Chez Oskar, Mama Foxx, Bar Lunatico and L'Antagoniste. And most importantly, four blocks to the A and C train at the Utica Station just on Fulton Park.