This brownstone is just off of Willis Avenue and north of the Deegan (meaning you can literally see Manhattan from the stoop). The listing doesn't clearly delineate bedrooms and bathrooms, but my count from this very cool floor plan is six bedrooms and four lavatories. The garden and so-called "garden apartment" are pretty damned cool as well.
It's hard to even get a handle on the market for brownstones down here because there are so few publicly for sale. BoogieDowner used to profile the price amputations and chops down on Alexander Avenue during the nervous hysteria of a few months ago, but those listings have disappeared, yet were never filed with ACRIS and the City as being sold. So there are no recent comps to use as a gauge of the market.
This is a pretty big house, with the aforementioned garden. The fact that there are some interior shots in the listing makes me think that it's in better shape than the Alexander Avenue houses the ole BD used to stalk (which never had interior shots and made one think that they needed to be gutted completely).
Mott Haven has some cool stuff to offer. There's the nascent and growing arts scene, great bars and restaurants (Bruckner Bar and Grill, Alexander's, Santa Clarita, Pio Pio etc.), beautiful architecture, and proximity to Manhattan.
The nearest train is a block and a half away at 138th and Brook Avenue.