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71 Java Street 2-Family Victorian Townhouse

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    Property Description

    Sophisticated 2-Family Victorian Townhouse for Sale on Greenpoint Waterfront.

    VACANT and perfect for end-users and investors. This One-of-a-Kind 2,280 FT² 2-Family Victorian Townhouse split into two (2) Duplex Homes each with an open chef’s kitchen, split bedrooms, Washer/Dryer, SmartHome technology, and private outdoor space.

    Originally built in 1880, this home was reconstructed in 2011 complete with steel beam framing and 21st Century technology including CAT5 Wiring throughout. This designer home features European renovations including windowed Chef’s kitchens, granite countertops, European FRANKE and FISHER & PAYKEL appliances including a Dishwashers, Central Air, pin-drop quiet City Windows, extraordinary storage space, custom cabinets, and top of the line finishes throughout. The design is immaculate boasting gut renovations, a Laundry Room with oversized Washer/Dryer, Central Air, sustainable wide plank bamboo flooring, wide staircases, and custom bathrooms with floor-to-ceiling glass showers and innovative composite finishes.

    BUILDING FEATURES

    New Construction
    Central Air HVAC Units in each Duplex
    Wired Verizon FiOS
    CAT-5 Pre-Wired Throughout
    NEST Thermostats (WiFi Smart Home)
    On-Demand Tankless Water Heaters

    2-FAMILY LAYOUT

    Unit #1: Lower Duplex

    3 Beds / 2 Baths
    Oversized Laundry Room
    Central Air
    Private Outdoor Space
    Outdoor Storage

    Unit #2: Upper Duplex

    2 Beds / 2.5 Baths
    Washer/Dryer
    Central Air
    Private Deck
    Skylight

    PRIME GREENPOINT WATERFRONT

    Across the street from Waterfront
    1 block from Transmitter Park
    3 blocks from subway
    2 blocks from East River Ferry
    Ubiquitous Street Parking

    HISTORIC MARY FISHER HOME
    Not Landmarked, but historic home

    “Incorporated in 1888 to provide and maintain a Home and a Fund for needy authors, artists and professional persons of both sexes, without regard to age, sex or creed. No guest was allowed to remain without paying board after employment had been obtained. A permanent home for the aged who had labored in literature, art or any other brain profession. The Home was supported by voluntary contributions.”

    More at New York Times ‘Celebrating a Century of Offering Refuge’:https://nyti.ms/2usAz1s

    BUILDING NOT LANDMARKED

    VACANT