Sold & Closed. A three-family, four story brownstone with period age original details and all the modern improvements. The building is configured as a duplex on the garden and parlor levels with two floor-though units above. Each unit has a remodeled kitchen and bath.
Built in 1882 by William Taylor and architect Isaac D Reynolds, the home is one of the six original homes on the block. The current owner undertook the once in a century upgrade, finishing the basement, modernizing the electrical and plumbing systems, converting from oil to gas heating, resealing the roof, and adding extensions. The rear facade was recently repointed and the top floor remodeled prior to leasing.
Jefferson is one of Stuyvesant Heights most coveted Avenues, and the surrounding area is 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.
Pro-Forma gross income is approximately $76,800 annually, and the building has income in place on the top floor until August 2014. Two leases are month-to-month.