Sold & Closed. Rare, beautiful, historic, old-world charm, tree-lined streets. 326A Decatur is a three-family, four-story townhouse. The home is approximately 2,952 square feet with an owner’s duplex occupying the garden and parlor levels. The top two floors are full-floor rentals. The property can be delivered vacant.
The original staircase leads up to the residence. Architect and builder, John C. Bushfield built the home in the Renaissance Revival Style in 1886 as one of three marble facade townhomes. They are believed to be the only marble facade townhouses in Brooklyn. Many of the period details remain such as the stained glass transoms, carpentry and woodwork, and period hardware. The building and the kitchens and baths have been upgraded over the years.
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.
4 Stories + Basement + South Facing Garden + Income from above + Tree-lined Block. Transportation is amazing with the EXPRESS A/C UTICA subway stop three blocks away.