Extraordinary and exquisite describe this turn of the century 5 bedroom, 5 bath, Victorian triplex which sits on a generous 50 x 120 lot. Located in Fiske Terrace which is considered one of the most coveted areas in Brooklyn, consisting of Tree-lined streets and an eclectic array of early 20th century architecture.
As you enter into your center hall, you will find a cozy Den, large living room, formal dining room with gorgeous oak beamed ceiling, open custom kitchen with Sub-zero refrigerator plus a separate custom made breakfast nook. Breathtaking original parquet floors with mahogany inlay.
This gem also offers 5 generous sized bedrooms , 5 modern baths , Extra large Master bedroom with Custom walk-in closet, large master bath with jacuzzi, large finished basement with private laundry room, expansive private professionally landscaped and paved backyard which lends towards an array of outdoor activities.
Relax and enjoy your private wooden porch adorned with original ornate columns, and beautiful greenery.
Large private drive can fit multi cars plus garage.3 zone central air will keep you cool all summer long. Gas heat with separate AO Smith HW tank.
Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity to own this magnificent home.
Midwood is more steeped in tradition than most of Brooklyn and perhaps that’s because Hipsters haven’t found their way to this quiet, south-central Brooklyn neighborhood where the cafes serve cream-filled pastries dusted with powdered sugar, not single-origin, organic coffee.
The area takes pride in being mostly residential. The streets are tree-lined and basketball hoops hang above garages. Because Midwood doesn’t fall under any landmarks or historic zoning, the architecture varies drastically. Within Midwood, there is Midwood Manor, an area with some of the most beautiful and lavish houses in all of Brooklyn. Coney Island Avenue is Midwood’s main artery and is lined with everything from gas stations to department stores. Hot Spots include: Di Fara Pizza, Ostrovitsky’s, Taste of Georgia, and Taci’s Beyti.