313 Vanderbilt St

$1,599,000

Windsor Terrace

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This wonderful 2-family home on a quiet residential block in Windsor Terrace is not to be missed. Currently configured on the ground floor as a one bedroom unit with basement and backyard access and on the second floor a large two bedroom rental unit with private patio. This is a fantastic opportunity to live in a beautiful spacious residence on a tree lined street within walking distance to Prospect Park. The spacious and serene backyard is every homeowners dream! The income potential is also attractive for an owner occupant (rent the top 3-bedroom apartment for approximately $3K per month!). Both units have large room sizes and have been beautifully maintained.

Windsor Terrace is a beloved Brooklyn neighborhood that's minutes from the tranquility and activity of Prospect Park, as well as an assortment of cafes, gourmet markets, restaurants like Hamiltons and Le Paddock, public and private schools, and favorite spots like Brancaccio's and Jaya Yoga. Catch the F and G train just five minutes from your door to be transported quickly to other areas of Brooklyn and to Manhattan.

Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 313 Vanderbilt St

1915

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2

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About Windsor Terrace

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Windsor Terrace, bordered by Prospect Park, Park Slope, Greenwood, and Kensington, is a small residential neighborhood in Brooklyn. Windsor Terrace prides itself on its neighborly vibe as evidenced by its commitment to keep longtime communities in tact. This sense of community makes Windsor Terrace an ideal choice for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of nearby neighborhoods.


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