1131 76th St

$999,000

Dyker Heights

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Set on a beautiful street in Dyker Heights, this meticulously maintained home with parking is not to be missed. Sunlit and spacious, this is the perfect place to call home. The paved and expansive front yard and brick facade greet you from the street. Inside, pristine hardwood floors and windows run throughout creating the coziest of atmospheres. The large dining area will easily accommodate a table for 12 and it is adjacent to the spacious kitchen with two windows. Upstairs you are met with three bedrooms - the master fitting a king, fully renovated bathroom, linen closet and large skylight in the hall. The fully finished basement has a separate entrance, ample closet space and full bath with laundry. With upgrades throughout, this home features a 6 zone surround sound system throughout (including the backyard), hardwired Cat5, new Fujitsu units throughout with heat and air conditioning, new hot water high efficiency boiler, and 3 zone NEST thermostat system.
Adding the ultimate convenience, this stunning home has private parking!! Located just beyond the private backyard, your own parking space.

Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 1131 76th St

1920

Year Built

2

Stories

  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Pre war Pre war

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