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74 Union St., Brooklyn, NY 11231

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Listing Details:
$2,895,000 Price
Townhouse Property Type
Columbia St. Waterfront Neighborhood
5 Beds
3 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Unit Garden
Unit Laundry

This townhouse has a distinctive peaked roof line with Gothic style decorative barge boards. Built in 1846, it was created for a business merchant that worked closely with the Red Hook docks. The townhouse has so much charm and has an incredibly romantic mood about it. Beautiful original hard wood floors throughout and a working wood burning fireplace. This home has a lot of history and distinctive Gothic charm.The house is used as a two family. There is a large one bedroom rental on the parlor floor with access to the backyard. The upper duplex has breath taking city views. The duplex has four bedrooms, 2 large and 2 small. The kitchen and dining room are open and spacious with a lovely dining deck off the dining/kitchen room. The kitchen has a red viking stove and copper counter tops. The garden is glorious come spring with lots of mature plantings. Relax in a true oasis in Brooklyn. Welcome to Columbia Waterfront at it's best. There is so much to do in Columbia waterfront these days, great restaurants and cool shops. Brooklyn Bridge Park is minutes away. Why live in a condo when you can live in a bit of original Brooklyn History! Also incredibly low real estate taxes. Zoned PS 29.

Listing courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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