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A two-family home has hit the market in Ridgewood with a huge price tag.

The renovated townhouse, located at 1635 Hancock St., can be yours for $1.7 million. Offered by Halstead, this listing is considered to be the highest priced home on the market to date.

Originally built in 1910, the legal two-family home was configured into an owner triplex, offering an income-producing rental on the ground floor. The high ceilings and industrial fixtures give the home a unique look that will have potential buyers will love.

As you enter the parlor floor, you’re immediately greeted by a large living room with a built-in entertainment cabinet with hideaway doors and in-ceiling speakers.

As you walk through the home, you’ll find a full bathroom, a formal dining room with a custom-built banquet and an eat-in kitchen with chrome-polished appliances, DuPont quartz counters, a Corian center island and a wood-burning fireplace next to an exposed brick wall.

The entire parlor floor flows through French doors to each room, and also gives you access to the back garden.

The top floor of the home has the spacious master bedroom, which extends the width of the entire building and offers beautiful views of the garden, high ceilings, custom closets and a wood-burning fireplace for those cozy winter nights. The master also features an ensuite full bathroom with Carrara marble, a double vanity and Jacuzzi tub.

As you explore the top floor of the townhouse, you’ll find two additional bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a study. Details such as exposed brick, high ceilings and sky-lighting pull the rooms together for an unforgettable industrial look.

The ground floor level, which has its own outdoor entrance, offers a potential opportunity for additional income. The rental includes one bedroom, one full bathroom, a kitchen, living room, storage space and an additional room that could be used as an office or a second bedroom.

Additional features of the home, just to name a few, include an app-controlled HVAC and security system, recessed lighting with programmable dimmer switches, three custom vintage chandeliers, and custom window treatments, hardwood and flower boxes.


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Elizabeth Kobe October 17, 2018 / 04:06PM
I grew up not far from this house... the only problem with this area is that there is no parking. They are row houses and today when visiting you always have to look for a parking space and that could be blocks away. Way to crowded of area and way to high price. In the 1960's the house would sell for about 25K.

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