Unsurprisingly, home prices in Bedford Stuyvesant have soared over the last decade. Back in 2016, a Washington Post analysis found that prices in the neighborhood had increased 194 percent since 2004. And this brownstone’s sales history proves that trend: Listed now at $2.695 million, it was sold in late 2010 for $609,500.
The charming Neo-Grec-style townhouse—which was recently renovated—has seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, a cedar deck (ideal for al fresco dining, the listing says), and a landscaped garden. It comes with a dishwasher and a washer/dryer.
Currently, the 3,600-square-foot house is set as a triplex with a separate top-floor rental apartment with two bedrooms, a bathroom, its own kitchen, and a living room area.
The three-story house was built around 1885 and has some charming interior details including a decorative fireplace, hardwood floors, large windows, its kitchen countertops made of natural quartzite stone and an original slate mantel in its master bedroom.
Taxes for the property are $354/month. Perri DeFino and Morgan Munsey of Compass have the listing.