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Property Address

505 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn (Kensington), NY  11218

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Property Details

Status
Active
Town
Brooklyn
Type
Multi-family
Rooms
18
Bedrooms
12
Baths
6 full
Year Built
1930
BuildingType
Townhouse
Cooling
Unknown Type
Lot Size
25'x125'
Est. Taxes
$10,774
Amenities
Garden;
Days on Market
271 days
Garden
Yes
Building Access
Walk-up
Service Level
None
Built Size
25'x70'
OLR#
0050326

Price History

3/17/2019 - $1,875,000
1/30/2019 - $1,999,999
1/10/2019 - $2,050,000
7/23/2018 - $2,545,000

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Reduced Price!

Original: $2,545,000

Reduction: 26.33%

$1,875,000

Estimated PMT - $7,270 / Mo.*

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505 McDonald Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, New York 11218. Built in 1930, this pre-war 6-unit building is located in a prime Kensington location. Zoned R5, the extra wide 23.6' X 69' building is situated on desirable 23.6' X 125' lot, with a garden in back. The front and rear apartments are situated across 3 floors and are delivered as-is, with 2 vacant apartments that have just been gut renovated and additional 2 more units that can be delivered vacant. Kensington is in the center of Brooklyn, and due to its affordability and proximity to Prospect Park is quickly becoming a desirable neighborhood for residents and developers alike. Located steps from the F&G trains at Church Ave., 505 Mc Donald is a great multi-family investment property for any Brooklyn portfolio.

 
 

Listing courtesy of Compass