On the market for only the third time since its construction in 1905, it's easy to see why past residents stuck around at 234 Seeley St. in Windsor Terrace.
Listed for $2,100,000, the two-family townhouse has an owners' duplex, with one bedroom plus a den, and a two-bedroom rental. The description notes that you could remove a wall and the rental apartment kitchen to make a three- or four-bedroom single-family if you'd like.
There are original details throughout, including stained glass, high ceilings, moldings, and a claw-foot tub.
The house has a brick facade and a covered front porch.
The kitchen and bathrooms have been recently renovated, and the roof, boiler, windows, and appliances are all recently updated.
In back, the big yard includes a brick patio and an extensively landscaped garden with a koi pond and flowering perennials.
The house is a half a block from Prospect Park, and a short walk to the modest commercial strip on Prospect Avenue. The nearest subway stop is the F and G station at Fort Hamilton Parkway, which can also has an entrance on Prospect Avenue.
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