60-62 70th Ave

$1,295,000

Ridgewood

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Welcome to 60-62 70th Avenue! This large three-family home is located on a quiet tree-line street. This home is perfect for a seasoned investor or a first time home buyer looking for a significant rent roll to help with their mortgage.

The first and second-floor units are set up in a railway style which offers the option for a separate living and dining room and one bedroom plus a home office. The skylights and large windows offer an abundance of natural light from southern and northern exposures.

The garden apartment features a large twenty-by-twenty six garden that has been meticulously cared for by the current tenant.

Additionally, there is a 20x60 unfinished basement with very tall ceiling and a separate entrance that could easily be converted into a media den or playroom or function as an artist studio space or workshop. Overall the house needs some TLC; but if, completely renovated to maximize layout/bedroom count this house could yield a great return.

Located in the heart of Ridgewood with multiple options for public transport nearby including the L and M trains and with renowned neighborhood eateries such as The Ridgewood Ale House, Norma’s Corner Shoppe and Milk & Pull close by, this location is ideal. Nearby Evergreen park, Joseph F. Mafera Park, and Rosemary’s Playground offer a fun retreat for weekend fun.

With a great location and multiple options for configuration, this sizable townhouse is a great place to call home.

*Photos are virtually staged

Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 60-62 70th Ave

1905

Year Built

3

Stories

  • Pre war Pre war

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