This classic 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath, brick house with stone accents was built around 1940. It enjoys a level backyard with a garden and an inviting flagstone deck – great for outdoor dining and entertaining.
The finished basement has a 1-room hospitality suite with a separate kitchen and its own full bathroom. Plus, there’s a large finished walk-up attic with north and south windows.
Standout features include: an entry vestibule with a coat closet; entry foyer with a stained-glass window; living room with a brick wood-burning fireplace and decorative pointed archways; large formal dining room (14 by 13 ft.); eat-in kitchen with a door out to the rear terrace and yard; quarter-bath powder room; garden shed; private driveway; attached 1-car garage; 37-by-75-ft. lot.
The house is conveniently located for schools, shops, parks and express buses to Manhattan’s East and West Sides.