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In Bed-Stuy, a graceful brownstone with a garden wants $2.45M

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The two-family house features white exposed brick and large windows

A living area with a round dining table, hardwood floors, and a staircase on the left. Courtesy of DuPree Team, Compass

Bed-Stuy is packed with rows of stately brownstones built at the turn of the century; and one of them, just outside the Bedford Historic District, has just hit the market,

The charming brick townhouse, asking $2.45 million, was built around 1899 and was recently renovated. It is set-up as a two-family home and has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, two open kitchens, and a large garden. The basement level, which includes a bathroom, could be used as storage space or a playroom, per the listing.

Some noteworthy details of its airy interiors include white exposed brick, large windows, base moldings, modern light fixtures, oak floors, and high ceilings. Take a closer look with this video tour.

The property is located at 354A Gates Avenue, between Bedford and Nostrand avenues, a short walk to the G train at the Bedford-Nostrand avenues station. Justin DuPree and Abby DuPree have the listing of Compass have the listing.

A brownstone facade.
A garden surrounded by a wooden fence.
The garden is surrounded by a wooden fence.
A kitchen with white cabinetry and a dining table in the middle.
The lower unit’s open kitchen and living areas.
A bedroom with exposed brick and dark grey walls.
A nook with white exposed brick.
Some charming details inside the house include exposed white brick.
A living area with two large windows, dark blue walls, a round coffee table, and two grey chairs.
The living area on the lower level has two large windows.
A kitchen with exposed white brick and white cabinetry.
One of the house’s kitchens.