A Tree Grows In Brooklyn: $3.18M Historic Brooklyn Heights Town Home Has a Garden
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A Tree Grows In Brooklyn: $3.18M Historic Brooklyn Heights Town Home Has a Garden

June 17, 2014

Someone just purchased a nice little income property in Brooklyn Heights, according to city records. This 4-family town home, located at 36 Schermerhorn Street, is an original 1840s brownstone in one of Brooklyn’s premier locations. It offers 3,000 square feet of living space and a garden for the lower duplex. Yes, a tree grows in Brooklyn.

However, the best part of this unit, listed by Corcoran’s Vicki Negron, is that it already has tenants. Granted their lease expires in August, but minor details.

36 Schermerhorn interior

It looks like the garden duplex has two bedrooms and at least one bath with access to the garden from the master. The garden level contains the kitchen and living/dining areas, while the bedrooms, including a children’s room and a master, are on the second floor of the duplex. We’re also assuming the master contains a second bathroom and the 3rd floor appears to be situated as a two bedroom, one bathroom apartment with a deck. Meanwhile, the top floor consists of two studio apartments. The entire space has 12 rooms total on 4 floors, with 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.

36 Schermerhorn interior

The town home features exposed brick walls throughout, two decks, and laundry in the basement.

[Listing: 36 Schermerhorn Street by Corcoran]

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

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