Thursday, March 1, 2012

Boogiedowner "WOW" Real Estate Watch: Renovated Brownstone in the Morris High School Historic District, Only $449,000!

Here is a listing that just came into the office that is a must see for any brownstone hunters out there. Often times these "gems" need work, but in this case it's not only fine cut, but polished. If interested, please reach out to me at the contact information posted below. The home is located in the Morris High School Historic District, named after the turn of the century Gothic school located across the street. When you see the photos you will see why I am excited about this home. The asking is only $449,000! This is a quality home priced right!

It is a legal two family with a finished basement. The top floor is a 2 Bedroom, 1 bath rental. The owner's unit is a 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath duplex, with access to a finished basement and a backyard with a deck. Each floor is approximately 1,100 square feet or a total of 3,375 square feet of living space, not including the basement. Every aspect of the home is top notch. Everything is renovated with extreme style!!!!!

Here is the skinny.

Address: 1098 Jackson Avenue
Bronx, NY 10465

Asking: $449,000
Square Footage: 3,375 (not including finished basement)
Lot Size: 1748
Year Built: 1903
Fuel: Gas and Electric
Meters: 2 - Rental unit has separate meter
Estimated Taxes: $3,216

MLS Description:
"Absolutely beautiful Brownstone in a landmark block. 3 bedroom duplex, 2.5 bath, large living/dinning room with fireplace, kitchen has granite counter tops cherry cabinets. 2nd unit has a large living room, 2 large bedroom, galley kitchen, full bath. Finished basement."

This is a winner. All bathrooms and kitchens are renovated. For more information feel free to contact me any time.

Gregory Tsougranis
Century 21 Metro-Star
2017 Williamsbridge Road
Bronx, NY 10461

Cell # (845) 304-5745


Anonymous said...

Lovely on the inside, but the building next door is boarded up. Not a great selling point. That's the problem in the South Bronx. Too bad.

Boogiedowner said...

The house next door is another opportunity. Just sold a house on Walton by 149th that needed massive amounts of work. These are the types of blocks that rejuvenate themselves over time due to their architecture.
Anyway, thanks for the comment.