Ideally located in the heart of the Crown Heights Historic District on The Greenest Block in Brooklyn as voted by the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, is 843 Lincoln Place. Built in 1899 by F.L. Hine, this lovely, 3300 square foot Queen Anne hybrid sits on a coveted 127' deep lot, and is one of three similar houses that combine elements of classical and Romanesque revival styles with Gothic and English Cottage flourishes. Currently configured into three units with great layouts, simple finishes and charming original detail, this exceptional and versatile townhouse generates an impressive rent roll as an investment property or could easily be converted to a fantastic owners double duplex or triplex!The 2 Bed, 2 Bath duplex occupies the Garden and Parlor levels of the house. The Garden level is an open plan living and dining room with the original wainscoting, a large kitchen, and a full bath. An extension off of the kitchen doubles as a laundry room and storage and leads out to the sprawling backyard, perfect for gardening or dining outdoors. The Parlor level has two huge bedrooms, one with the original stained glass transom, a generous landing that could be an office or Den and a bright, windowed full bath. The two upper units are lovely floor through 1 Bed, 1 Bath apartments, both with decorative fireplaces, large living rooms and bedrooms, center kitchens and large windowed baths.
All of this in close proximity to a variety of wonderful eateries including The Ryerson, Catfish, Cent'Anni, Chavela's, Aita Trattoria, Noribar, and Mayfield to name a few. Union Market is coming soon to Bedford Ave and Lincoln Place and there is a Key Food on Nostrand. Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden as well as the Brooklyn Museum are all in close proximity. Nostrand Avenue (2,3,4) is a 5 minute walk and the Franklin Ave (2,3,4,5) is a 7 minute walk.