47 de Sales Pl

$1,400,000

Bushwick

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Terrific opportunity in bustling, budding Bushwick. Presenting 47 De Sales Place, a 4,127 square foot, three-story, multi-family property. Comprised of 2 spacious three-bedroom units and a massive, four-bedroom duplex with finished basement and private yard. 47 De Sales Place can accommodate up to three families at a time.

The terrific Brooklyn location doesnt hurt either 47 De Sales Place is nestled between Bushwick Avenue and Brooklyns famed Broadway thoroughfare, home to plenty of trendy restaurants and shops. Commuting into Manhattan is a breeze with neighboring L and J train stops around the corner at Bushwick Avenue and Chauncey Street, respectively. A relatively new build, dating from 2006, 47 De Sales Place currently has low annual taxes of $1,911.60 per year, thus incurring owners minimal operating costs. All viewings are by appointment only Tenants in place.

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Bushwick, a neighborhood in the borough of Brooklyn, borders Ridgewood (Queens), Williamsburg, and Bedford-Stuyvesant. Bushwick, an industrial stronghold in Brooklyn, is considered a comparable (not to mention less expensive) alternative to nearby Williamsburg. Bushwick straddles both its historically Hispanic roots and the evolving artist scene to create a vibe entirely its own.


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