$2,495,000 $2,595,000
Updated an hour ago
Red Hook, Brooklyn | King Street & Bay 55th Street
17 Rooms8 Beds5 Baths4,160 Square FeetMulti-Family

$2,495,000 $2,595,000
floors / apts4 / 4
Lot Size20'x90'
Building TypeTownhouse
RE Taxes$8,316
Price Per SF

Listing Features

  • Window AC Units

Outdoor space and views

  • Backyard
  • Garden
  • City Views
  • Water Views

Building Amenities

  • Voice Intercom
  • Garden
  • Outdoor Parking
  • Roof Deck

Property Description

This quintessential four floor plus finished basement has four old school rail road flats that evoke a former era, one where Marlon Brando would be seen in ‘On The Waterfront’. Rarely do these buildings come on the market or even exist in their current configuration. Whether you're building your investment portfolio or looking for new digs, get a piece of real Brooklyn charm with this 1899 house. This 4,160 sq ft four-family brick townhouse is centrally located in the heart of Red Hook. It boasts high ceilings, loft- like layout, original wide plank wood floors, original tin ceilings, plus a luscious back yard. 319 Van Brunt Street is ideally located in the vibrant dining, shopping and entertainment hub, with a thriving artist community. Red Hook needs no introduction, its reputation speaks for itself. It's where all the cool kids are! This house is minutes away from the NYC Water Ferry, 15 minute drive to Wall Street, F/G Train at Smith- 9th Street, not to mention ample street parking.

Listing History

$2,495,000 [-$100,000] [3.9%]
Price Drop by Betty Jane Walsh
$2,595,000 [-$100,000] [3.7%]
Price Drop by Betty Jane Walsh

Building Details

Building TypeTownhouse
Service LevelVoice Intercom
Year Built1921
Learn More About the Building

Transit and Citi Bike

Citi Bike

Van Brunt St & Wolcott St
0.07 miles
Pioneer St & Van Brunt St
0.08 miles
Pioneer St & Richards St
0.12 miles


Red Hook/Atlantic Basin
0.22 miles

Red Hook | Brooklyn

Quick Profile

Filled with quaint charm and picturesque views, Red Hook is a haven for those seeking a laid-back vibe. The community has weathered many storms both figurative and literal since its settlement in 1836 by Dutch colonists. From being one of the most bustling freight ports in the world in the 1920s to being named one of the worst neighborhoods in America for its crack epidemic in the 1990s, Red Hook has gone through many evolutions to become the dynamic neighborhood it is today. 

Rich with creativity, the area is home to many artists specializing in an array of crafts, ranging from furniture design to glassblowing to woodworking. With many art galleries and moderately priced studios and lofts, the neighborhood is teeming with talent attracted by the energy and live/work space concept. 

The overall sense of being among a close-knit community is further spurred on by annual events such as the Red Hook Waterfront Arts Festival, as well as a reading series co-hosted by BookCourt once a month at neighborhood staple Sunny’s Bar. The changing shape and infrastructure of Red Hook was thrown for a loop in 2012, with the damaging effects of Hurricane Sandy that left many buildings and businesses in need of repair during resulting closures. 

Since its post-Sandy revitalization, the neighborhood has continued to attract many visitors to its unique and eclectic ambience, with ferries from Pier 11 in Manhattan to IKEA that operate daily. 

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OLR ID: 58359TH