A breathtaking approach was taken to this unique brownstone in up and coming part of Bedford-Stuyvesant
Measuring 18' wide, 726 Decatur offers ample space while living inside a historic brownstone.
Configured as 3BR 2.5 BATH owner duplex with a deck running from the kitchen right into your gorgeous backyard. A large kitchen island with state-of-the-art appliances make the kitchen perfect for hosting. With the garden facing south combined with massive windows, the house is continuously drenched with natural sunlight. The home is finished with stunning hardwood floors, Pella windows, speaker system and two washer/dryer hooks up.
On the garden level there is 2BR 1BATH Rental with the same finishes as the owner duplex, over an open finished basement. Making this an easy rental for roommates or small family to help assist with a large portion of the mortgage.
The one thing you can't change about a house is it's location. You definitely wouldn't want to change where this gem sits. Sitting on a picturesque tree lined, brownstone block that is close to both the A/C and J/Z Trains and walking distance from the incredible shoppes and cafes on Ralph and Patchen Ave. Walk right to MacDonough Cafe, Chez Oscar, Casablanca, the vibrant Saratoga Park, amongst many other BedStuy/Stuy Heights staples as well as all the incredible retail on Broadway!
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.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more