It’s officially fall, and even though it’s still too early for the season’s sweaters and foliage, this three-story townhouse at 79 Irving Place in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn has some lovely autumn hues for you to peruse. Asking $1.9 million, the turn-of-the-century home with a crisp facade the color of hot cocoa offers a garden apartment with backyard access and a duplex above with a sprawling terrace and room to expand.
Petite for a townhouse at 30 feet deep, the renovated two-family brick home comes with over 2,000 square feet of additional FAR, so there’s room to grow your living space or your investment income. Both units are accessed from the home’s gated front garden. The lower unit has one bedroom, one bath and the aforementioned garden access.
On the lofty parlor floor is an open living room, dining area and kitchen, currrently a cozy combo of brick, rich wood and tones of cider and butterscotch accented by granite counters and crisp navy tile.
Through the kitchen is a 260-square-foot terrace with a gas grill, below which is a 1,100 square-foot backyard, perfect for enjoying the last days of summer.
Upstairs, two spacious bedrooms look out over the neighborhood’s trees and gardens; a stone mosaic bath is yet another chance to enjoy that rich autumn palette.
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Images courtesy of Corcoran Group.
Neighborhoods : Clinton Hill