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50/52 East 3rd Street is a semi-detached, legal two-family home in an urban oasis located on a 100-by-28-ft lot in picturesque Windsor Terrace.
This gated home offers two front patio areas, two windowed enclosed sun porches, and a separate entrance into each residence.
Residence #52 is an approximately 2,250-square-foot three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath home, spanning over three floors, including half of the building width on the main level, and the entire width on the upper and basement levels.
The main level offers a windowed sun porch, a living room with access to both the basement and the large and well-equipped kitchen, and an adjacent dining room with a convenient powder room.
Upstairs are three bedrooms with large windows, an in-home laundry center, and a roomy full bathroom. The primary bedroom includes a walk-in closet and there is ample room for a home office.
The full basement provides room for recreation and entertaining and also includes a raised storage space, accessible to the backyard, making it convenient to store outdoor furniture and equipment, as well as long-term storage items.
This residence enjoys exclusive use of the approximately 1,450-square-foot landscaped backyard with its patio area, which is perfect for morning coffee and casual meals, and grass areas that are ideal for gardening, relaxing, and a plethora of outdoor activities.
Residence #50 is an approximately 700-square-foot junior one-bedroom home located solely on the main level and is suitable for an income property, a place for guests, or a separate home office.
This residence also boasts a private windowed sun porch and has a large living room which leads to an eat-in kitchen with a separate area facing the quiet back yard for sleeping, dining, or home office use. Its separate, gated front yard provides room for outdoor relaxation.
50/52 East 3rd St. sits on a tree-lined block in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, and is close to a variety of green spaces, including Greenwood Cemetery and Prospect Park.
Residents enjoy the varied small and artisan businesses in the area as well as the convenience of commuting within Brooklyn and elsewhere via the F and G trains, multiple bus lines, a variety of bike paths and greenways, and the accessible street parking.
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