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Grandeur, Grace and Glamor: This exquisite 3-family brownstone, nestled in the heart of the Stuyvesant Historic District, has been preserved and restored to showcase the neoclassical, Romanesque Revival style, the epitome of dignified elegance. Once home to baseball great Jackie Robinson, this generously structured 20-foot wide brownstone measures 3410 SF and is currently configured as a duplex with a tranquil backyard and 2 rental units. The moment you step into the main foyer, countless breathtaking features come to view: brilliant chandeliers, gleaming balustrades, 6 magnificent pocket doors, perfectly preserved pier mirrors, 7 decorative fireplaces and stained glass windows illuminating coral and carmine hues. The list goes on. Built in 1892 by architect R. Sweet, 407 Stuyvesant Avenue is one of only 5 brownstones on a block that is otherwise lined with neo-classical limestone homes. The verdant Fulton Park is within sight and the A and C trains at the Utica Avenue station are a stone's throw away. The Stuyvesant Historic District, which was approved in 1971 and expanded in 2012 by the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission, was designated as such because of its harmonious and historic architecture. The neighborhood boasts roots back to 1640, with the surrounding streets, such as Bainbridge and Chauncey, named after naval heroes of the Tripolitan war/War of 1812. While the appearance of the area has not changed significantly since its development, the neighborhood is now home to a vast array of modern conveniences as well. Enjoy myriad local fare right in the neighborhood, including Saraghina, farm and sea to table L'Antagoniste, Peaches and Nana Ramen. Be it the inlaid hardwood floors, delicate plaster reliefs or clean wainscoting lines, this stunning home will inspire even the most discerning with awe. Setup available upon request.

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