One Arlington Place is a corner, four-story property with exposures on three sides including eight sets of triple-bay windows for an abundance of natural light and architectural distinction.
Presenting a rare opportunity to own your ideal 2-family trophy home in the desirable Bedford Historic District. One Arlington Place was built in 1887 by the esteemed architect George Poole Chappell in the Renaissance Revival style. Enjoy one of the loveliest homes in Bedford Stuyvesant as is, or bring your renovating spirit to this stately property.
This two-family property is choicely configured as a triplex over garden apartment. With some plumbing and electrical already upgraded, and solar panels installed on the roof, you’ll have a great head start on the renovation of your dreams. The 20’-48’ proportion feels even larger with the protruding bay windows — adding grandeur and beautiful natural light.
Original details include seven fireplaces — three are wood-burning; French doors and pocket doors; mahogany and walnut woodwork; decorative plasterwork; built-ins; shutters; stained glass and more. The rear parlor, kitchen/dining room — with a wood-burning fireplace, triple-bay windows, and walk-out to the rear deck and yard —will be the uplifting heart of all your gatherings. Pocket doors lead into the adjacent, grand front parlor featuring a magnificent mahogany mantle, another triple-bay window, ornate plaster crown molding, and mahogany French doors leading into the entry hall. The foyer features a handsome pier mirror and is lined with waist-high wainscoting. Each of the bedrooms has oversized triple-bay windows, fireplace mantle, original moldings, original oak flooring, and a walk-in closet space.
The one-bedroom rental apartment is located at the rear of the garden level and has its own completely separate entrance around the corner. The full cellar has high ceilings with desirable brick arched supports — offering the potential for even more living space.
One Arlington Place is ideally located in the highly desirable Bedford Historic District close to the A/C express train stop as well as the Long Island Railroad station. Favorite nearby hotspots include Bunny, Le Paris Dakar, Brooklyn Tea, Alive Herbal, Hart’s, Glorietta Baldy, Café Calaca, Tilly’s, Corto, Zabka, Doctor’s Cave Café, Oddly Enough, Peace & Riot, Chicky’s General Store and all the amenities that nearby Nostrand Ave, Tompkins Ave and Fulton Street have to offer.
Listing courtesy of Perri DeFino, Morgan Munsey and Chrisette M Mignott
Real Estate Taxes
20' x 80' (48' deep)
Washer / Dryer in Unit
Private Outdoor Space
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