846 Hancock Street is an immaculately gut-renovated two-family, three story townhouse located in the heart of Bed-Stuy, nestled around the corner from Saratoga Park.
A paradigm of contemporary Brooklyn living, the house features beautiful hardwood floors, central heating and cooling, a finished cellar with a powder room, newly painted facade, classic sash windows, a private backyard with a covered patio and lush greenery, an income-producing rental unit, and a pristine owner’s duplex.
As you enter the owner’s 3-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom duplex you are greeted by a lovely foyer which flows into an expansive open concept living room, dining room, and kitchen filled with natural light. The kitchen leads out onto a deck and is equipped with a massive eat-in waterfall island, stunning Quartz countertops, beveled subway tile backsplash, custom cabinets, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances including a wine fridge.
All three bedrooms sit on the upper level of the duplex. The spacious primary bedroom overlooks the backyard and boasts a wall of reach-in closets and a spa-like en-suite bathroom with double sinks, chic tile work, and a huge walk-in shower. The second and third bedrooms each have private closets and easy access to a pristine second bathroom.
The garden level rental unit has two-bedrooms, one bathroom, a private entrance, and an open-concept living/kitchen space. The kitchen possesses an eat-in peninsula, sleek countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Both bedrooms have large closets and access to the outdoor patio.
Situated in Historic Bedford Stuyvesant, enjoy a peaceful oasis in the city. With nearly 9,000 houses built before 1900, Bed-Stuy showcases architectural styles that range from Italianate to Queen Anne. Many of the houses boast intact original details that are hard to find anywhere else in the city. Whether you want to grab a craft beer at The Wilky, eat Nashville-style fried chicken at The Peaches Hot House, or enjoy Neapolitan Pizza at Saraghina, the area is full of restaurants, bars, cafes and shops. A short walk to the A/C/J trains which provides easy access to Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan.
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