On a a person-block avenue, this row house was part of a 1920s growth that turned former Bay Ridge estate land into tidy rows of solitary-family tapestry brick homes with garages. It was transformed to a two-household, but 7023 Ridge Crest Terrace however has some interval facts like wood floors, image rails, and wall moldings as effectively as possible for the customer who can see the possibilities.
The former Joseph A. Perry estate was carved up in 1922, according to a Brooklyn Day-to-day Eagle posting of that 12 months, which documented that apartment properties would very likely fill the land. Ridge Crest Terrace was minimize by that similar 12 months and, with neighboring Perry Terrace, was stuffed with modest homes instead than the predicted apartment homes. The Perry Ridge Residences Co. filed ideas in 1923 for single-loved ones brick houses with garages made by architect J. C. Wandell on each sides of Ridge Crest and Perry Terrace. All are two-story brick buildings with Colonial Revival keystone lintels on the second stories and a blend of parapet designs. No. 7023 has dropped its primary parapet with bulls-eye window as seen in the historic tax picture and in other places on the block, but even now has its lintels and restrained brick facade.
The listing is a bit quick on facts and lacks a floor strategy, but there is a just one-bed room apartment on each ground, a overall of 3.5 baths in the dwelling, and an unfinished basement, it states. A floor strategy for another house in the row demonstrates an first structure with the key amount like a residing area open to a road-experiencing enclosed porch, a dining place over and above, and a kitchen with entry to the rear yard. 3 bedrooms and a entire tub are on the 2nd floor. When promoting its homes in 1924, Perry Ridge Properties Co. emphasised the “large, gentle rooms,” enclosed porches, parquet and hardwood flooring, cork flooring in the kitchens, and “all modern day enhancements.”
Photographs appear to be to clearly show the dwelling, which has been in the same family hands for many years, becoming used as a single-household with the aforementioned wood floors, photo rails, and wall moldings on the 1st floor. French doors open up from the residing space into the eating space. The windowed kitchen appears to have a financial institution of vintage cabinets with linoleum countertop. The appliances are on the opposite aspect, including a dishwasher.
The bedrooms demonstrated on the 2nd floor all have wood flooring that surface in excellent maintenance and photo rails. A 2nd kitchen has vintage cupboards with what appears to be like like original components, a sink with drainboard and a bit of countertop.
None of the bogs are proven, apart from a person that is open up to the above-grade English basement, following to the laundry space. Whilst it is not just non-public, at the very least the plumbing is in location, and the basement looks ship-condition with what seems to be a thick concrete ground.
If you want to see it in particular person, there is an open house by appointment on Sunday, January 22 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Detailed with Paul Relyea of Re/Max Genuine Estate, the household is priced at $1.079 million. Truly worth the talk to?
[Listing: 7023 Ridge Crest Terrace | Broker: RE/MAX Real Estate] GMAP