Located in one of Brooklyn’s most diverse, bustling and rapidly growing areas, this restored condo at 863 Greene Avenue lies on a tree-lined block between buzzed-about Bed-Stuy and booming Bushwick. It’s a narrow slice of a floor-through, but it’s filled with pre-war character, plus one bedroom and a bath and a half–all for $575,000.
On the third floor of a 1931 pre-war converted building, the condo has original details like oversized windows, a decorative fireplace, original moldings and French doors.
The kitchen is a charming and updated mix of wood cabinets, granite counters, stainless appliances and contemporary fixtures.
A spacious master bedroom, updated bath, and separate laundry room make the small apartment a comfortable home. The building offers locked storage in the basement.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Tags : 863 Greene Avenue
Neighborhoods : Bed-Stuy