4 Units Condominium Conversion In Clinton hill
Updated: May 20
139 Lefferts Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11238 Bet Classon & Franklin 4 fam/S.R.O , brick, VACANT 4 STORIES , 2 BR each floor Built in 1931 , Zoning R6B Current tax bill $3,506 Start contraction and have stop work from DOB The house is back to be in S.R.O No certificate of Non-Harassment yet application Being put in Dec 15 PLANS UPON REQUEST PLEASE DO YOUR HOMEWORK ,MUST !!!!!! Subways 1 block from #C, A Subject to all valtion to $75,000
ASKING: $1,300,000 PLUS 3% FEES
Please present all offers! This is the Expenses of the seller in the project Approved plans $45,000 Demolition $40,000 6 months to get plans(debt service) $40,000 New sewer and water main $25,000 Over $150,000 in improvements gifted
The local university, Pratt Institute, keeps a steady stream of young creatives flowing into the area, and they mix nicely with the more laid-back, stroller-pushing crowd that also calls Clinton Hill home.
Centrally located in Brooklyn, Clinton Hill offers the youthful energy of a leafy college town with a laid-back, genteel atmosphere that’s a draw for young families. Snag one of the many coveted brownstones or historic mansions set on the wide avenues and cobblestones streets, and you might never leave.
As with most of New York City, homes in Clinton Hill don’t come cheap. Picturesque brownstones make up the majority of the housing stock, followed by brick rowhouses. New condo and luxury rental buildings tower above the historic mansions and carriage houses along main thoroughfares — a sign of the area’s growing popularity. As the home to Pratt Institute and St. Joseph’s College, Clinton Hill has considerable inventory as students move in and out. It’s home to young professionals, students and young families.