1930 detached home is on a 30x100 lot which includes a private driveway and garage in the back. The back is hard cover terraced, and could also support a green garden oasis. The home boasts classic hardwood floors, and stained glass panels in perfect condition. Bay windows in the front room and master bedroom are reminiscent of Tudor style architecture. The home has build in storage throughout, and on the top floor there are two attic storage rooms. The formal dining room has two china/storage closets as well as stained glass panels and architectural beams. The second floor has three bedrooms, the middle room is accessible from the master, so it's the perfect ensuite for a home office or nursery, or exercise room. Full size bath on bedroom level. The top floor of the home is gabled, with one bedroom and storage eves. The kitchen has been newly remodeled and has high energy efficient washer dryer with outdoor access. The sun porch is completely glassed in, and provides an all year long oasis to enjoy a morning cup of coffee.
In the back a 200 square foot garage with locked door is perfect for a single car and storage. There is plenty of room for a landscape vision to happen with planted areas and even room for a hot-tub and gazebo. Locked metal gate from the dedicated user driveway insures security and privacy.
The basement is being used as a secondary one bedroom apartment presently. Because of upzoning to three family homes on the block, the the additional FAR the home has available, on the 30x100 lot, there possibility of additional square footage being built out makes this a true find for the investor/owner to maximize all potentials of the area that has seen property values increasing in the past year. NOTE: R5B - Although the R5B district also permits detached and semi-detached buildings, it is primarily a three-story row house district. The traditional characters of R5B districts is reflected in the district's height and setback, front yard and curb cuts regulations. The floor area ratio of 1.35 typically produces three-story row houses with a maximum street wall height of 30 feet, above which the building slopes or is set back to a maximum building height of 33 feet. As in R4B districts, the front yard must be at least five feet deep and it must be at least as deep as one adjacent front yard but no deeper than the other, to a maximum depth of 20 feet. Attached row houses do not require side yards, but there must be at least eight feet between the end buildings in a row and buildings on adjacent zoning lots. Parking is waived for one- and two-family homes and curb cuts are prohibited on zoning lots less than 40 feet wide. Where parking is required, on-site spaces must be provided for two-thirds of the dwelling units. Front yard parking is prohibited.
Brooklyns Flatbush neighborhood is a demure residential area. Located along the southern border of Prospect Park, this modest locale represents an eclectic mix of cultures, cuisines, and architecture. Victorian style homes mingle with brick townhouses, and little awnings demarcate the smattering of local businesses lining Flatbush streets. Three subways serve this Brooklyn neighborhood, ensuring an easy trek into Manhattan.
Flatbush was originally part of the Dutch settlement, (a literal translation from the Dutch meaning wooded plain) and turned over to the British in the late 1600s. It is home to Erasmus Hall High School ( http://www.nycago.org/Organs/Bkln/html/ErasmusHall.html ) and Brooklyn College. The newly renovated Kings Theater Project is located in Flatbush, and is the fourth largest venue in NYC. http://www.nycedc.com/project/kings-theatre
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