The fully renovated house has a mansard roof, a wood-burning fireplace, high ceilings—some of them tin—exposed beams, marble mantles, ceiling medallions, and crown moldings. Skylights help brighten the interior, which is helpful since the house is bordered closely on both sides by taller buildings.
The listing describes it as a two-family, but recommends using it as a one-family, or sharing with multiple generations. For what it's worth, the certificate of occupancy says it's officially a two-family, so renting out one apartment would be legal. The house is also outside of the Clinton Hill Historic District, so future renovations won't require quite so much red tape.
Shopping and eating options can be found on nearby Fulton Street. The nearest subway stop is the Franklin Avenue station, serving the C and the Franklin Avenue shuttle.
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