679 Quincy St #3
Price $899,500 | CC $449 | Tax $473
3 Bed · 2 Bath · 1,398 SQFT
Think space, and lots of it. This attractive 3 bedroom home boasts an unusually large interior, just shy of 1,400 square feet. The layout is ideal, spanning from front to rear of the building, with two exposures that draw in natural sunlight from dusk till dawn. The livingroom fits plenty of furnishings, including a large L shape couch, dining table, and bar stools to boot. The interior sports a nice clean finish, plenty of closet space, 2 bathrooms, and central air .... of course. The kicker is a private decked rooftop, perfect for entertaining, grilling, and gardening. Ready to call this condo your next home? It is priced to sell, so don't think twice.
The master bedroom fits a California king size bed, flanked by bedside tables, and also a dresser and desk. The room is quite large for Brooklyn standards. The 2 additional bedrooms are hardly small, all fitting California king size beds ….. if someone really needs 3 kings! Both bathrooms have a clean design and deep soaking tubs.
The rooftop deck is expansive, covering the entire rear half of the building. A wooden deck with lighting is already installed. The space is ready to be furnished, and is clearly large enough for a lot of furniture, planters, sun chairs, bbq grill …. almost anything you can imagine.
Colloquially known as Bed-Stuy, Bedford-Stuyvesant is brownstone community with a rich history. It has been home to innumerable artists and performers including Jay Z, Lena Horne, Biggie Smalls, and Norah Jones to name a few. The tenor of the neighborhood has changed in the last decade. Its tree-lined streets, classic brownstones, and numerous landmarked districts have made it a favorite amid Brooklyn's ongoing resurgence. Families who have been there for generations share the streets with newcomers. New restaurants, bars and cadre of other locally owned businesses are cropping up on its streets. Bed-Stuy continues to remain culturally rich and popular with artists, designers, and other members of the creative set. Hot spots include: Trad Room, L’Antgoniste, Saraghina, Fancy Nancy, Peaches, Baron’s, Chez Oskar, Grandchamps and Chilos.