Updated 8 days ago
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn | Brighton 10th Street & East 11th Street
10 Rooms7 Beds3 Baths1,134 Square FeetSingle Family

$739,000
floors / apts2 / 1
Lot Size18'x86'
Built Size18'x30'
ZoneR6
Building TypeHouse
RE Taxes$5,265
Price Per SF
$652

Outdoor space and views

  • Backyard

Building Amenities

  • Gated Entry

Property Description

New Listing Sheepshead Bay! Welcome to 130 Neptune Avenue. Move-in condition! 1 family home featuring 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, Main floor has an open layout with a nice size living room, dining room, a small room can be used as an office or a bedroom and a walk-in kitchen. Hardwood floors throughout. The second floor has 3 bedrooms with two balconies facing the back yard. Basement with separate entrance with one bedroom. This single-family home is priced to sell very motivated seller. Walking distance to parks, shopping & transportation. Zoned for great public schools.

Listing History

Now
05/14/2021
$739,000
Initial Price by Rozalia Yusufov
Douglas Elliman
Launch

Building Details

OwnershipSingle Family
Building TypeHouse
AgePre-War
AccessWalk-up
Year Built1930
Floors/Apts2/1
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Transit and Citi Bike

Subway

Brighton Beach
0.35 miles
Sheepshead Bay
0.39 miles
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Brighton Beach | Brooklyn

Quick Profile

Once known by the nickname “Little Odessa,” due to the large number of Russians and eastern Europeans that settled in the area, Brighton Beach is a delightful seaside town that has a lot to offer its residents. Take a walk through Brighton Beach and find a plethora of traditional ethnic restaurants offering Russian cuisine, as well as food markets where you can find the specialized ingredients to prepare these dishes in your own kitchen.

Brighton Beach provides a much calmer beach and boardwalk experience than nearby Coney Island, and you will find more locals than tourists at the locally owned markets, shops, attractions, and even at the ritzy nightclubs. The area was originally developed as a refuge for the wealthy, so they could flee the heat of the NYC streets. There were luxury hotels and even a racetrack at one time.

Now the area is filled with large apartment buildings, many offering ocean or boardwalk views. The area was immortalized by Neil Simon in his play, Brighton Beach Memoirs. If you walk through the neighborhood, you might get the feeling that you have been transported back to the New York of the 1930s, as the appearance of the neighborhood hasn’t changed all that much in the intervening years.

Living at or near the beach, which is free to the public, offers many opportunities for both relaxation and entertainment. City dwellers are rediscovering this little oceanside gem and are moving into the area in search of affordable housing and a more laid back pace of living. Although it might seem very far from the chaos and noise of Manhattan, there are two subways that make for an easy commute, so it is possible to work in the City and live at the beach.

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OLR ID: 81247TH