This recently renovated late-1800s Williamsburg rowhouse’s future is so bright, you have to wear shades. Asking $2,899,000, natural light floods every room of this house and, best of all, it has an actual swimming pool in the backyard. And, if an owner needs more space, the house comes with unused air rights that could almost double it in size.
This four-bedroom, 2,750-square-foot house was fully renovated in the last several years, “down to the studs,” including a brand new kitchen and two exterior Ipe decks. One of the decks is located in the rear yard and frames the above-ground pool and offers a lovely sitting area under a pergola. There are also two side decks for more outdoor dining and lounging.
The entrance from the street opens into a beautifully bright living/dining room with charming wide plank hardwood floors, a picturesque bay window, and an entire wall of built-ins.
There is direct access from the dining room to the raised outdoor deck and the kitchen.
The kitchen is bright and light because of the wall of windows that look out to the deck and its natural passage from the front to the back of the house, which has an actual mudroom.
The upstairs bedrooms are also filled with tons of light from the new, big windows.
Not only is the house great as is but it has huge growth potential. The home comes with 2,500 square feet of unused air rights, which means it could almost double in size if an owner wanted. Also, the house is a legal two family townhouse and the lower level can also easily be converted back to an income producing studio that covers the home’s monthly expenses.
21 Devoe is located between Union Avenue and Lorimer Street, two blocks from the L & G trains and walking distance to tons of shops and restaurants.
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Neighborhoods : Williamsburg