West Brighton

$649,000

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Beautiful 1930’s West Brighton charmer! Steps from Clove Lake Park, Forest Ave conveniences, and NYC transportation. 109 Purcell St. has been respectfully updated and cared for, from the adorable entrance foyer to the 3rd floor Master Bedroom suite! This 4 bedroom 2.5 bath home offers all the charm of yester-year along with modern day touches. A welcoming living room adorned with custom crown-molding invites you to relax in front of the fireplace surrounded by a custom-built mantel. Beautiful wood grain laminate flooring throughout the living area and sunroom is easy to maintain. Entertaining is a pleasure with a built-in buffet in the dining room, and classic French doors leading to the fully fenced back yard. An inviting kitchen with lots of natural light, plentiful workspace and well-planned cabinetry completes the main floor. The second level offers 3 nice sized bedrooms with original wood floors and trim, and an updated full bath. In the basement you will find a quaint party room with wet-bar, half bath and laundry room. All this and a detached one-car garage with ample off street parking!

Courtesy of: City Connections Realty
Property: West Brighton

1930

Year Built

2

Stories

  • Garden Garden
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Parking garage Parking garage
  • Pre war Pre war

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