Presenting an urban oasis nestled in one of Brooklyn’s most sought after neighborhoods — just blocks from Prospect Park and 20 minutes from Manhattan by train.
This elegantly appointed 3 bedroom 2 bathroom townhouse is nothing short of a unicorn in ProspectLeffertsGardens. Meticulously renovated in 2018, this home is move-in ready and boasts an expansive backyard to keep your spirits soaring. A wide-open floor plan on the main level makes for spacious entertaining along with abundant room for relaxation and dining. The sun-splashed and fully renovated kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a porcelain farmhouse sink and generous shelving and storage. The western-facing sliding glass doors to the backyard invite waves of natural light and provide a striking indoor/outdoor visual flow.
This 1930s house has original hardwood floors that are in great shape, recessed lighting and period baseboard moldings.
The second-floor hosts three bedrooms and a bathroom. The primary bedroom faces the rear of the house, easily fits a king-sized bed and features a large closet. Two additional bedrooms are perfect for guests, kids or home offices. The windowed full bathroom has been renovated with Turkish marble and updated fixtures. The hallway has a linen closet and access to the roof.
The ~400 sq ft, windowed, finished basement with polished concrete floors and a separate entrance presents a range of potential uses – from a play area for kids to a family media room to a massive office space for the remote worker. A full-sized washer and dryer, a 3/4 bath and storage complete this floor.
Located in ProspectLeffertsGardens, 574 New York Ave is within a short distance of the Brooklyn Museum, the Botanical Gardens, and an ever-expanding range of new bars and restaurants.
The area is known for its superb transportation options — with the Q line getting you to Union Square in 20 minutes. The 2/5 line is also just blocks away.
Extremely low taxes – just $363 per month – make this a very affordable property to own. Why squeeze into a condo when you can have your own home? It won’t last.