Step Inside famed musician and poet, Cecil Taylors' 21-foot wide, brick spacious townhouse in the desirable Fort Greene. Located in the Brooklyn Academy of Music Historic District (Designated September 26, 1978), this 21 x 45 ft building on a 100 foot lot, requires a complete overhaul but has many possibilities.
Nestled into a tree lined block, the circa 1856 townhouse built in the Italianate style, is a three-family with some period details throughout.
For the project minded, this approximately 3,500-square-foot house will need complete updating. Contractors and architects are welcome and encouraged.
Located just south of Fort Greene Park, 135 Fort Greene is surrounded by cafes, shops, and the best culturally that Brooklyn has to offer. Barclays Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), anchor this diverse community with endless entertainment possibilities, and are virtually steps away. Trader Joes, Apple and Dekalb Market make everyday living easy and convenient. The Atlantic Terminal is only two blocks away and offers an easy commute via the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, C, D, N, Q, R trains and the Long Island Railroad (LIRR). An attractive investment with long term high income potential awaits.