Back on the market with a reduced price! As featured on Brownstoner and in international design magazines, 111 St. Felix is an exquisite, turnkey, two-family townhouse built in 1883 and located inside the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Cultural District, rivaling Lincoln Center as a world-class center ...
Back on the market with a reduced price! As featured on Brownstoner and in international design magazines, 111 St. Felix is an exquisite, turnkey, two-family townhouse built in 1883 and located inside the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Cultural District, rivaling Lincoln Center as a world-class center for the arts.
Enter the sun-filled, open parlor of the four-bedroom/2.5 bath owner's triplex featuring a full-width, eat-in kitchen with high-end appliances, a spacious living room with wood-burning fireplace, and powder room. A wall of glass in the kitchen opens onto a grilling terrace with a straight stairway down to a sunny, private landscaped yard.
The second and third floors of the triplex feature four, full-width bedrooms a rare find in any townhouse. The bespoke second-floor master bedroom includes a working fireplace, claw foot tub, walk-in closet, an enclosed stall shower, and a walk-closet. A second bedroom, currently used as an office and laundry room are located on this floor, as well. Upstairs and below a large sky light are more big bedrooms and a full bath. Loads of storage space in every bedroom.
A one-bedroom garden apartment with a private entrance was similarly renovated and includes central AC/heat, a washer/dryer, basement storage, and its own garden space through a back door off the kitchen. Approximate rent is $3300/month.
Truly turnkey, the house features a new facade, Kolbe windows, plumbing, wiring, windows, roof, facade, stoop, multi-zone central AC/heat, exposed brick, and high-end modern finishes throughout. Property taxes are only $863 per month.
The location truly cannot be more convenient. The C/G trains and the Atlantic/Barclays subway terminal (2,3,4,5, B, D, N, Q, R, and the LIRR) are all a block away. The Olmstead and Vaux-designed Ft. Greene Park is two blocks away and includes tennis courts, multiple trails, centuries-old trees, a Revolutionary War monument, and a large dog run. The block is surrounded by every neighborhood amenity imaginable from schools, placid green spaces, supermarkets (Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Greene Grape Provisions), retail from Apple to box stores to designer boutiques, fantastic restaurants, lounges, and cafes.
Contact listing agent Chris Benfante for a private tour. 3D imaging is located on this listing page.