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  • 05/16/2023
  • 07/07/2023
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190 New York Avenue was designed by noted architect Edward P. York and was the former home of a Jazz Age icon. It has a gorgeous Colonial Revival redbrick façade and spans 30 feet wide with a paved wraparound backyard. Interiors span 8,040 square feet with zoning allowing for an additional 4,406 square feet of buildable space. The 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom lower triplex oozes grandeur and old-world charm. Original wood floors, crown molding, stately millwork and wainscoting, decorative fireplaces, bay windows, and a regal staircase all speak to the historic nature of the property. The main level of the triplex has soaring 11-foot ceilings and formal living, dining, and family rooms that flow into a gut-renovated eat-in kitchen saturated with natural light. The kitchen is adorned with an eat-in island, sleek stone countertops, a white subway tile backsplash, custom cabinets, and modern stainless steel appliances. Just off the kitchen is a full bathroom, laundry room with utility sink, and a small deck leading out into an expansive backyard perfect for alfresco dining, grilling, gardening, and more. The upper level contains all four bedrooms, ample closet space, and a windowed full bathroom. The windowed cellar level has a windowed full bathroom, several large storage closets, and auxiliary rooms that can function as crafts rooms, studios, workout rooms, or home offices. The 3-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom upper unit has a windowed full bathroom and sun-splashed eat-in kitchen overlooking the backyard. The bedrooms are spacious and bright and one can easily flex as a den, library, or office. Finishing the home is a walkable windowed attic that can be used for additional storage or transformed into something more. 190 New York Avenue sits on a tranquil tree-lined street in Crown Heights. It is a block from Brower Park and Brooklyn Children's Museum, and it is close to Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect Park Zoo, Prospect Park, Weeksville Heritage Center, Prospect Heights, and Bedford-Stuyvesant. There are dozens of restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops lining Fulton Street and Nostrand and Kingston Avenues. Public transportation options include the LIRR and the A/C/2/3/5 subway lines.

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