542 Lexington Ave



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Classic 2-family Brooklyn brownstone. Located on one of the greenest blocks on Lexington ave. Garden level consists of spacious studio apartment with hardwood floors, full kitchen and bath leading to backyard. Owners duplex runs from parlor floor to second floor. Parlor floor consists of dining room and kitchen which leads to the backyard (large deck on parlor floor perfect for entertaining). Top floor has 3 bedrooms and full bath. Cellar is also finished which can be used for storage or office space. Bring your contractor and create a brownstone gem of your own. House needs renovation, being sold as is. Great tree-lined block, lots of potential.

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Property: 542 Lexington Ave


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Located in the northern-central part of Brooklyn, the Bedford-Stuyvesant (affectionately abbreviated as Bed-Stuy) neighborhood borders Williamsburg, Clinton Hill, and Bushwick. Bed-Stuy is a diverse spot with no shortage of iconic Brooklyn brownstones. A favorite for families, Bed-Stuy has seen a recent influx of young professionals and artists. The neighborhood is a community unto itself; churches and community centers are deeply ingrained in Bed-Stuy’s cultural fabric, and remain an important part of its’ residents day-to-day gatherings.

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