242 Decatur Street


Sold & Closed. A townhouse masterpiece built by Eli Bishop and Magnus Dahlander. This 4,140 square foot, two-family home, consists of three stories above a high basement and cellar. There are as many as twenty rooms with six bedrooms, and four full bathrooms. The original layout is mostly intact as well as the original carpentry, floors, mantelpieces, doors, ceilings, and hardware.


Built in 1894, and designated a Landmark in 1971.

The Neighborhood

Decatur Street is one of the city’s most beautiful streets, and the surrounding blocks are row after row of two and three story exquisitely designed townhouses set upon broad tree lined streets. Developed between 1870 and 1920, Stuyvesant Heights is an almost exclusively residential neighborhood with small businesses and shops serving the community.


More house than you can imagine. Transportation: a few blocks from the Utica Station and a short ride to downtown Brooklyn or Manhattan on the A/C.

Price: $1,700,000
6 Bed | 4 Bath
Real Estate Taxes: $4,666

Contact Information:

Evans & Nye

Mobile: 917.615.4818


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