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Buyer's Contingencies not met, so this house is BACK ON THE MARKET! Many have asked, and it is now available to view. Open House first access. Bring your decision makers, contractors, architects, etc. Make this your home before the end of the year! Unique architectural details, gas fireplace, four bedrooms on top level, and huge basement you can finish the way you need to.
New furnace. Be the first to view this weekend, and Let's Make a Deal!
CASH BUYERS encouraged. Crown Heights has continually proven to be an enclave of classic architecture and graceful living. The brick town homes that line Crown Street are no exception to that rule. Tree lined streets (154 trees within a block of the property to be exact), and the 2/3 and 5 trains are within a 4 minute walk away give those looking to make the move to Brooklyn a real value.
This brick home provides options as to remodeling or updating the existing home, and creating the perfect sanctuary in Brooklyn. The detached two car garage with remote control is also a great perk, whether you own a car or not, it is a valuable asset which you can rent out for extra income, or use for storage.
Brooklyn has it's own foodie vibe, and Crown Heights has led the pack in creating quaint bistros and weekend sanctuaries where friends join together for great food, drink and conversation. Brooklyn offers a place to relax and unwind with the charm and neighborhood feel of yesteryear. If you are into fitness, never fear, there are great options to join. Local places like Crow Hill Crossfit, Seven Ball Fitness, Slope Fitness, as well as National gyms like Planet Fitness and Blink Fitness are also near by. And for the animal lovers there are plenty of pooch ready places waiting for your furry family member to to shop, get groomed, or receive Pet Care.
Local grocery store like Compare Foods, the Market Place, E&S Wholesome Foods of Brooklyn, CJ Fruits and Vegetables, The Pine Tree and Wholesome Gourmet have fresh and local sourced food supplies for the stay at home chef as well. Great places like the Crow Bar, Erv's on Beekman, Two Saints, Drink, Butter & Scotch and Midwood Flats are just a few of the pubs in the area. Fan favorite eateries include the Breukelen, and Bunsmith, both highly rated and reviewed; Zurilee and Gladys and Olmsted are all within easy walking distance. Local coffee shops are also a great place to stop and smell life, Marker Coffee, PLG Coffee House and Tavern, Seven Point Espresso, Eleven 36 Cafe, and Cafe Cotton Bean are a few we recommend. Why go to Manhattan on the weekend?
One last important fact, 188 Crown St is not assigned to any of the city's six evacuation zones, meaning that its residents are considered to face a low risk of encountering coastal flooding resulting from a hurricane storm surge. Always good to know.
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