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651 Humboldt Street

Greenpoint, Brooklyn | Driggs Ave & Nassau Ave

12 Rooms4 Beds2.5 Baths2,678 Square FeetMulti-Family

floors / apts3 / 2
Lot Size18'x117'
Built Size18'x45'
Building TypeHouse
RE Taxes$6,012
Price Per SF

Outdoor space and views

  • Backyard
  • Garden

Property Description for 651 Humboldt Street

Three family house (currently used as a two family) in prime Greenpoint location. Set on an attractive, tree-lined, residential street between McCarren and McGolrick parks, this house has tremendous potential for investors, developers, and end users who want to make this gem their own. Keep the existing layout--owner's lower duplex and floor thru rental unit--or renovate to your specifications. The added bonus is the huge 57 foot backyard with an out building---perfect for entertaining. Enjoy easy access to the best of what Greenpoint has to offer, including countless restaurants, bars, and local hang-outs, endless shopping choices, and just a short walk to the Nassau Ave G train stop.

Listing History for 651 Humboldt Street

Sold and Closed by Elizabeth Lind Johnson
Contract Signed by Elizabeth Lind Johnson

Building Details for 651 Humboldt Street

Building TypeHouse
Year Built1901
Learn More About the Building

Transit and Citi Bike


Nassau Av
0.3 miles

Citi Bike

Nassau Ave & Russell St
0.09 miles
Nassau Ave & Newell St
0.1 miles

Contact Agents

Contact Agents

Karen Lind

Greenpoint | Brooklyn

Quick Profile

Go north, not west. Greenpoint’s placement at the furthermost tip of Brooklyn makes it peak “North Brooklyn” territory. Bordered by the East River, its geographical location has long made Greenpoint integral to maritime activity, present day ferry service to Manhattan included. With Williamsburg to the south and Long Island City to the north, Greenpoint’s “hip factor” often experiences crossover traffic from these areas. 

Particularly bustling on the weekend, the edge of McCarren Park at Bedford Avenue and Lorimer Street filters out into prime Greenpoint, where brunch has become a hallowed tradition for newer and longtime residents alike. Bars and restaurants such as Spritzenhaus and Five Leaves also provide close proximity to a post-dining jaunt in the park. 

As the neighborhood continues to grow and develop, the old world feel of a tradition of Polish immigrants has commingled with the arrival of enterprising millennials that have become a part of the go-getting spirit of the neighborhood. Filled with small coffee shops, vintage boutiques and award-winning restaurants (as well as tailored bars like TØRST offering up specialty beers on tap), Greenpoint truly is the jewel of North Brooklyn. 

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OLR ID: 95120TH