Welcome to one of the three neo-Grec homes built in 1872 and designed by the Publisher & Philanthropist Alfred S. Barnes. This historic, yet not a NYC landmarked destination, house was built with Beton Coignet cast stone, which originated from France.
At first sight you will notice the neo-Grec style reveals the extensive use of angular and geometric designs with incised carving throughout the home’s exterior
Delivered vacant at closing with letters of non-harassment, potential conversion design options include Luxury Condos, Upscale Rentals or a 1 Family home of spectacular opulence.
Located on a 22.42’ X 120’ lot, the four-story home size is 22’ X 45’ with a four-story extension of approximately 22’ X 31’. The home details are as follows:
Real Estate Taxes $9,611
3 Stories & Basement
4 1 Bedroom Apartments
With the location on Clinton Avenue between Fulton Street & Atlantic Avenue , the house is close proximity to train station, Gourmet Cafes, Dinning, Groceries, and many more amenities.
Please contact me for a private viewing and more information.