Welcome To 187 Beach 140th Street In Belle Harbor

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Welcome to 187 Beach 140th Street!

Sitting on a 30×100 lot, on one of Belle Harbor’s premier beach blocks, is this one family detached brick house. Boasting three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, this could be the next place you call home. The floor-plan is very sensible and features some really beautiful original detail. Enjoy original hardwood floors with mahogany inlay throughout the house, a fireplace that can easily be converted back to working order, high ceilings, original staircase, banister and much more. The first floor has a large living room, a huge eat in kitchen with access to a great sized backyard perfect for the summer barbecue’s. There is also a detached garage great for storage, parking or like many people have done in the neighborhood you can convert that space into a hangout area. Your basement was recently converted to a mother-in-law suite and has a large brand-new bathroom.You can leave it as is or convert it back to an open basement and decide to do whatever you’d like with it. The owners have recently installed all new Anderson windows, a Spanish style roof and there is a plethora of closets and storage space throughout. You are in one of the best school districts in NYC and you are a stone’s throw away from the beach. If you work in the city, Brooklyn or anywhere outside of the neighborhood, it is a true vacation once you cross over the bridge and pull into your driveway. Truly an amazing place to call home.

  • Neighborhood Belle Harbor
  • Type Single Family
  • Style Colonial
  • Lot Size 30x100
  • Build Size 1638 Sq Ft
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Baths 2.5
  • Taxes $8,016
  • Price $1,075,000

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