Located on highly coveted Seeley Street on the park block, this brick front Arts and Crafts house with meticulously preserved details is open, bright and airy.
Sitting on a 150 feet lot with a lovely covered front porch, the deep and lush backyard is a quiet respite from the noise of the world. Inside, period detail such as original moldings, original clawfoot tub, and stunning original stained glass are dotted throughout the house.
This gorgeous and airy home includes three generous bedrooms upstairs, two-and-a-half baths, plus a sunny, oversized, semi-finished garden level with 8 feet ceilings that opens out onto the yard and brick patio from two exits. Half of this level is the semi-finished basement that can be finished to your taste or used as is for enormous storage, and the other area is the finished den/office/guest room with custom built-in cabinets, bamboo floors, and a half bath.
The location cannot be beat: five minutes to everything in Windsor Terrace including the subway for a quick trip to Manhattan and the best of the dining scene at your fingertips--Batata, Hamiltons, Della and Le Paddock. A two minute stroll takes you into the park and Vanderbilt playground, the dog run at the Peninsula, and of course, Uncle Louie G's.
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