A vintage Brooklyn brownstone on two floors, the apartment has many period details like vaulted ceilings, stained glass, wainscoting, parquet floors and plaster molding. This is my actual home on a historic block in Crown Heights, also home to a vibrant West Indian community and the headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitcher movement. The area has gentrified in the past few years, and there are now restaurants and bars, making the neighborhood a destination in itself.
Our section of Crown Heights is vibrant, safe and aesthetically pleasing. We are on an architecturally historic block, right off of Eastern Parkway with its tree-lined boulevards. We are a 15-minute…
The local 2 and 3 trains are both a block away with access to lower Manhattan in 20 minutes. The express 4 or 5 trains take you to the Wall Street area in 15 minutes and are a ten-minute walk away. …