853 Prospect Place
New York / Nostrand Avenues Crown Heights
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Nearby Subway Stations
- Approx. Sq. Ft.5,268
A Stunning pre-war limestone Mansion! This legal 4 unit residence shows the grandeur and splendor of a different era. Original detailing is plentiful and adds to mystique and old world charm of the house. The building works well as a multi-unit investment property or as a grand residence. The home features outdoor space on every floor a green space in the front of the building and large garden in the rear of the home. Perfect for a gardening enthusiast. There is also a generous driveway and detached garage. The property has over 5000 square feet of living space to customize to your liking. Property will be delivered vacant. (TLC Needed)
The house is located in prime Northern Crown Heights on Prospect Place between New York Avenue and Nostrand Avenues, a home this immense is a rarity in any Brooklyn neighborhood. Situated close to all major transportation. Ride to Manhattan in 30 minutes via the number 2, 3, 4 or 5 subways! The A- train is also close by. Come explore this wonderful neighborhood where the newly renovated Brooklyn Children's Museum and Brower Park are located around the corner. Also with in walking distance are the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, Brooklyn Public Library and Prospect Park.
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Runs from Franklin Avenue to the west, Atlantic Avenue to the north, Ralph Avenue to the east and Empire Boulevard to the south.
Crown Heights offers a variety of housing options: For townhouses, the Crown Heights North Historic District contains large and finely detailed row houses and freestanding mansions designed by Brooklyn’s major architects in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Some of the area townhouses sport stained glass, ornate plaster ceiling medallions, and oversized windows. There are even rental units available in Crown Heights with these amazing historical details. A second area around Brower Park contains four- and five-family homes built mostly in the Renaissance Revival style, and Italian and Greek Revival styles, too. But if you do not desire a townhouse, the former Brooklyn Jewish Hospital of Crown Heights has been renovated to hold 700 rental apartments — some with 12-foot ceilings.