1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
1930 Ryder Street
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$849,000

1930 Ryder Street

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,568 Sq.Ft.

Description

Located on one of Marine Parks most desirable blocks, 1930 Ryder Street is a phenomenal opportunity to buy a turn key home that spans over 1,600 square feet. The first floor is comprised of a perfect sun/sitting room, a very large living room, formal dining room and a large eat in kitchen with a breakfast nook as well as a half bath. The top floor has three ample sized bedrooms, a full bathroom and five closets. Enjoy updated mechanicals, hardwood floors through out and plenty of windows. There is also a full finished basement, separated in to three rooms as well as a three quarter bath, this space could be used for any number of things. The backyard is great set up with a storage shed and an above ground pool. There is a carport in front and plenty of street parking. You are near everything that Marine Park has to offer, a block from either the B100 or B2 buses, Marine Park, Snake Park and The Salt Marsh Nature center are near by.

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Location

1930 Ryder Street, Brooklyn, NY 11234

Status

Sold
Louis Belisario

Louis Belisario

TITLE

Co-Founder | Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

LICENSE

10301206828

PHONE

3477023316

Property

Interior
Total Bedrooms: 3
Half Bathrooms: 1
Full Bathrooms: 2
Area & Lot
Living area 1,568 Sq.Ft.
MLS® ID OLRS-0088157
Year Built 1925
Architecture Styles Prewar
Type Residential
Status Sold
Exterior
Stories 2
Finance
Sales Price $849,000

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