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The suburbs come to Brooklyn with this lovely $2.2M Bay Ridge colonial

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The three-story home has a two-car garage and a huge backyard

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

This charming colonial home is located on a tree-lined block in Bay Ridge and comes with five bedrooms and three bathrooms. The three-story home can be accessed through a foyer that’s off to the side of the house. This in turn leads to the living room on the left which comes with a wood-burning fireplace and an attached sun room. The formal dining room is to the right, and the kitchen beyond that comes with stainless steel appliances and a separate breakfast room that overlooks the porch.

Built in 1920, the home recently underwent a renovation but has held on to many of its original details including the decorative moldings, stained glass windows, and the wainscoting.

The master bedroom here is located on the second floor, spans the entire width of the home, and comes with a deck that overlooks the front garden. Two other bedrooms are also located on this floor, and one of them comes with a terrace as well. The remaining two bedrooms are located on the floor above that.

The basement here has been fitted with a recreation room and a laundry room, and other perks here include the garage and the large backyard. All of that is asking $2.2 million—significantly higher than the median sales price in the neighborhood, which stands at $952,500, according to Trulia. But it sure is getting pricier in the neighborhood as Trulia indicates that the median sales price has increased by 13 percent over the past year.