This classic and charming 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath, detached brick house was built in the 1930s, and still has original details such as decorative archways and inlaid hardwood floors. Its property, which is 30 feet wide, stretches back an expansive 190 feet.
Outside, there is an extra-deep backyard garden with lawns and landscaping, plus an inviting covered patio – perfect for al fresco dining and entertaining.
A small garden separates the house from the sidewalk, and a welcoming front terrace faces the tree-lined street, with room for a café table and chairs.
Standout features include: an entry hall; living room; formal dining room; windowed kitchen; pantry closet; renovated powder room; finished walk-out basement (with a den, a hallway kitchenette and a full bathroom); pull-down stairs to a storage attic; private driveway; attached 1-car garage.
The house is conveniently located for schools, shops, parks and express buses to Manhattan’s East and West Sides.