5 Jackson Ct

$1,095,000

Fort Hamilton

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Welcome home to 5 Jackson Court on a private cul-de-sac with parking in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn! This beautifully renovated townhouse with parking is charming and right across from John Paul Jones Park. The parlor floor features a renovated chef's kitchen with breakfast bar. Relax with your morning coffee on your back deck overlooking your backyard conveniently off the dining room, or enjoy a glass of wine in the evening on your front porch! This home's living room features a floor-to-ceiling bookcase and beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Upstairs, you will find two spacious bedrooms with five closets and a luxurious renovated bathroom with jacuzzi bath. The existing master bedroom is large enough to be create two bedrooms if three bedrooms on the top floor are needed - see alternate floor plan! The garden level has an amazing vintage wood paneled bedroom that opens onto the backyard, a full bath and a separate entrance for visiting guests. The garage has been sub-divided to create an additional office, storage space or playroom. You have two private parking spaces: the driveway and an exclusive spot in front of the garage. 5 Jackson Court has central heating and air conditioning with two zones! Enjoy your commute into Manhattan with the X27/X37 express bus or the R train at 95th Street.

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Property: 5 Jackson Ct

1940

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3

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  • Garden Garden
  • Parking garage Parking garage
  • Pre war Pre war

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