Transformed from a wreck into pricey condos, Crown Heights’ oldest house is renting for $9.25K/month

Posted On Thu, October 25, 2018 By

Posted On Thu, October 25, 2018 By In Cool Listings, Crown Heights, Historic Homes

The historic Elkins House at 1375 Dean Street, an 1850s wood-frame home in Crown Heights, is officially the neighborhood’s oldest house–and  you can rent one of its duplex units from January to April of 2019 for $9,250 a month. The landmarked wood-frame building has been completely renovated with 2,033 square feet of living space including five  bedrooms (two with private balconies) and a private top-floor deck. The home’s newly-converted condos were last seen on the market last spring, with two duplex units–including this one–asking $2.3 and $2.7 million.

Interiors are on-trend and up-to-the-minute with stylish finishes and top-quality fixtures appliances from radiant floor heating in bathrooms, automatic skylights, smart lighting, washer/dryers and central HVAC to a state-of-the-art gas fireplace.

As a rental, the space comes fully furnished with chic and eclectic modern furniture. A fully-fitted contemporary kitchen includes a breakfast bar/island. The apartment’s living room and dining area are warm as well as spacious.

All beds have brand-new mattresses and bedding, and closets abound. Cable TV and internet are available from day one, though the listing says utilities are  not included.

Located on one of the neighborhood’s many quiet, tree-lined streets, the unit also offers a sun-dappled terrace and a unique and gracious porch.

[Listing: 1375 Dean Street, unit B by owner; email [email protected] or contact  Komaru Enterprises for more information]


Images courtesy of Komaru Enterprises.

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Neighborhoods : Crown Heights



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