1205 Bergen Street
1205 Bergen Street Brooklyn, New York 11213 United States

$1,250,000
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Contract signed. Built in 1899, this elegant and sedate four story two-family Romanesque Revival row house designed by architect Joseph T. Gately, stands replete with original details including mantels (6) throughout, stained-glass transoms at...
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Warren Lewis Sotheby's International Realty

Steve Sallion
Associate Real Estate Broker
Phone: +1 718.747.8147
Phone: +1 718.638.6500
89 Seventh Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11217 United States
$1,250,000
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Price / Sq. Ft.:
$406 /
5
Bedrooms
3
Full Baths
3,080 Sq Ft.
Interior
Exterior
Multi-Family Home
1899
Year Built
57416TH
Web Id
57416TH
MLS ID
Today
Sold on
07/24/2015

About 1205 Bergen Street

Contract signed. Built in 1899, this elegant and sedate four story two-family Romanesque Revival row house designed by architect Joseph T. Gately, stands replete with original details including mantels (6) throughout, stained-glass transoms at parlor level windows, pocket doors, ornate plaster work and moldings. With an exterior characterized by heavy forms, the facade blends asymmetry with the juxtaposition of a rock-faced brownstone base and brown brick material at upper floors. The brownstone stoop is trimmed with wrought-iron railings and paired arch-headed windows at second floor. Rough-faced brownstone lintels with incised ornament are featured at the second and third floors, as well as cornice with brackets.This home's gross square footage is 3,080 with a built size of 16'.67" by 45' and sits on a deep lot of 107.17 square feet on a wide street with natural light flooding through north and south exposures.Currently lived in as a one-family, this home's configuration is five bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in the owner's triplex. A separate entrance leads to the Garden unit of one bedroom, one bathroom, and a kitchen with double sink certified by the Department of Agriculture for food industry use; an additional sink is located in the closet to separate dairy from non-dairy cooking.Located in the heart of Crown Heights between New York and Brooklyn avenues, this home sits amongst other exquisitely designed row houses. One block from the Brooklyn Children's Museum and a variety of eateries and shops. Blocks away from the A and C trains on Nostrand Avenue.