Single Family Home in Immaculate Condition
3 Bedrooms and 2.5 Bathrooms
Lot Dimension: 28 X 100
Built Size: 18 X 36
1980 Square Feet
Over Sized Back Yard and Private Deck
Approximately 1735 Square Feet of Outdoor Space
Private Parking for 3 Vehicles - 1 Indoor - 2 outdoor
Central Heat and A/C
Impeccable Hardwood flooring throughout
Great natural light and open views
Abundance of Closet Space and Storage
Half Bath on the 1st Floor
Living Room and Dining Room
Windowed Epicurean-styled Kitchen with an Island Breakfast Bar
Stainless Steel Appliances, Microwave, D/W and Under mount sink
Finished Windowed Basement with a Private Entrance
Recreational Room, Bathroom, Wet Bar and Washer/Dryer in basement
Alarm and Video Surveillance System
Set just blocks from Jamaica Bay, this lovely Canarsie neighborhood delivers peaceful residential living in a quintessential Brooklyn backdrop. The wide, tree-lined street is flanked by rows of traditional brick homes featuring charming metal work and balconies, creating a handsome streetscape throughout the neighborhood.
One block away, 132-acre Canarsie Park acts like a snapshot of the neighborhood's long and vibrant history. Once home to the Canarsie tribe, in 1675, Dutch immigrant Jan Martense Schenck built a home on the property, which was moved to the Brooklyn Museum of Art some 300 years later. Parts of the park later served as temporary housing for WWII soldiers, and today, the waterfront oasis provides a lush respite from the city with wide-open lawns, large playgrounds, courts and play fields, and a large skate park.
Canarsie is a hotbed of great ethnic cuisine and fantastic Jamaican, Italian and Asian dining can be found along the nearby thoroughfares. The area is served by numerous MTA bus lines, the Belt Parkway is minutes away, with the L train just over a mile away and 2/3, 4 trains within 2 miles.