This $5.2K/month furnished Stuyvesant Heights townhouse is a mix of sophistication and charm
Available from January through August of 2019 at $5,250 per month, this freshly-renovated brownstone triplex at 458 Hancock Street in Bed-Stuy‘s coveted Stuyvesant Heights historic district presents a great opportunity to get to know the city and the neighborhood. Interiors are bright and spacious, and you don’t need to bring anything but your family or friends, and your toothbrush. The four-bedroom home with lots of space to spare plus a private deck and yard comes ready for living, complete with cool furniture and plants.
Featuring a recent thorough and considered renovation, the home offers modern comforts like Nest-controlled central heat and A/C, integrated speakers in every room, recessed lighting and herringbone-patterned wood floors. Up the grand front steps, the parlor floor has been opened up to bring in plenty of light and provide a loft-like feel. Historic details like arched stained glass window transoms and a white brick wall make the space completely unique. A stylish modern kitchen has quartz and marble work surfaces and backsplash, a waterfall island, a Bertazzoni range and plenty of space for dining and entertaining.
Steel-framed kitchen windows overlook a spacious deck and landscaped private back yard/garden.
Up the stairs are two large, sunny bedrooms, and two modern and charming full baths (one is en-suite) and large closets everywhere. Restored mantlepieces frame tasteful, cozy furnishings.
On the home’s top floor are two more sunny bedrooms. A spacious master suite features a large, lovely bath and a huge walk-in closet, all with skylights. A large laundry room adds even more convenience.
The triplex would be a great spot for a family who wants to get to know the city or neighborhood or give Brooklyn brownstone living a try, or as a tranquil and livable home base during renovations. Pets will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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Images courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens.