An extra-wide home, 25 feet across on a 100-foot deep lot, built in the 1920’s. One of the first homes in Brooklyn with a car garage built into the structure. As the house is landmarked, the entire exterior looks exactly as it did in 1920 – and the exterior is in excellent condition, as is the landscaped backyard.
Driveway and curb cut allow for a production truck and van to be parked directly in front of the house. Extra-wide front steps – a truly unique and beautiful stoop.
Large foyer allows wide views of large living room and large dining room, curved stairway to bedroom floor. Large, leaded windows in the living room, fireplace, high ceilings, original molding on the ceilings and walls.
Dining room with French doors leading to the deck with overlooks the fully landscaped backyard and patio. Large kitchen, all new appliances, with an extra-large, new island. A new parlor floor bathroom which crew can use.
The bottom “Garden Floor” is fully finished, an excellent space for make-up and wardrobe.
The bedroom floor (third floor) has a large master bedroom with high ceilings and large, leaded windows, a large in-suite bathroom, new, with beautiful Italian tile. Two other bedrooms are now serving has home offices and guest rooms, all with new molding and built-in book cases.
The backyard is fully landscaped, with new brick, and a large patio area.
Churches at both ends of the block rent out large rooms for serving meals to the crews.
All floors must be protected, booties must be worn over shoes
Areas of use determined in advance