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    779 East 39th St.
    Brooklyn, New York, 11210
    United States
    779 East 39th St. Brooklyn, New York, 11210 United States

    779 East 39th St.
    Brooklyn, New York, 11210 United States

    Steve Sallion
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    779 East 39th St., Brooklyn, NY, 11210

    You must visit 779 East 39th Street to truly appreciate a "slice of suburbia" found in this treasured Northeast Flatbush home. The homes in this Brooklyn enclave range from three-story, single-family, Victorian homes to modern condominiums.

    Built in 1960, this split level 2 family home features a vintage brick masonry façade, two-car garage, and sits on a 4,417 sq. ft. lot., which affords the property a complete in-ground swimming pool and separate jacuzzi tub.

    The house is grand, consisting of over 2,500 sq. ft. (36' x 45')with 5 Bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Delivered vacant, use the entire home as a Single Family, or rent the downstairs 2BR/1 Bath unit with a separate entrance for income or multi-generational living.

    The entire home comes with central heating and cooling, an overload of storage space in the basement (above grade 890 sq. ft.), multiple storage crawl spaces, washer/dryer included in the separate laundry room.

    Paerdegat Park is around the corner for you nature lovers, replete with a playground and basketball courts within a quiet park setting. Close to shopping (Pathmark is two blocks away), transportation (B6 on Glenwood Road 2 and the B46 at Utica Avenue and the 2/5 train are nearby, and Target Shopping Center and Brooklyn College.

    Private showings are by appointment only with 24-hour notice.
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    about Brooklyn

    Directly across the East River from Manhattan, Brooklyn's charming historic neighborhoods offer an escape from the city yet are just a short trip from Manhattan via subway or the Brooklyn Bridge. New York City condos and Brooklyn real estate include immaculate 19th-century brownstones, Greek Revival and Italianate row houses, quaint converted carriage houses and prewar and postwar apartment buildings can be found in the distinct neighborhoods of this borough. Along the Fulton Ferry Landing, the enchanting Brooklyn Promenade revels in unrivaled panoramic views across the East River, Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline, featured in numerous films. Cultural highlights include Prospect Park, a splendid 526-acre treasure designed in a naturalistic scheme by celebrated landscape architects Calvert Vaux and Frederick Law Olmsted. The Brooklyn Museum of Art is housed in a 19th-century Beaux Art

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        Other Residential Homes
      • Marketed By
        Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty
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      • County
        Kings County
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        New York City Department Of Education
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        Central Air Conditioning
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        Pool, Gardens
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