On a 1-block avenue, this row dwelling was part of a 1920s improvement that turned previous Bay Ridge estate land into tidy rows of one-spouse and children tapestry brick houses with garages. It was converted to a two-household, but 7023 Ridge Crest Terrace however has some interval specifics like wooden floors, photo rails, and wall moldings as properly as probable for the consumer who can see the choices.
The previous Joseph A. Perry estate was carved up in 1922, according to a Brooklyn Every day Eagle write-up of that calendar year, which described that apartment residences would possible fill the land. Ridge Crest Terrace was slash by that same year and, with neighboring Perry Terrace, was filled with modest properties fairly than the predicted apartment houses. The Perry Ridge Properties Co. filed programs in 1923 for solitary-household brick houses with garages created by architect J. C. Wandell on each sides of Ridge Crest and Perry Terrace. All are two-story brick structures with Colonial Revival keystone lintels on the 2nd tales and a blend of parapet kinds. No. 7023 has lost its original parapet with bulls-eye window as found in the historic tax image and in other places on the block, but nevertheless has its lintels and restrained brick facade.
The listing is a bit shorter on specifics and lacks a ground system, but there is a one-bedroom apartment on each and every ground, a overall of 3.5 baths in the home, and an unfinished basement, it suggests. A ground approach for one more home in the row demonstrates an authentic layout with the primary stage like a residing room open to a avenue-experiencing enclosed porch, a eating room beyond, and a kitchen area with accessibility to the rear lawn. A few bedrooms and a total tub are on the next floor. When promoting its homes in 1924, Perry Ridge Homes Co. emphasised the “large, gentle rooms,” enclosed porches, parquet and hardwood floors, cork flooring in the kitchens, and “all fashionable advancements.”
Photographs appear to be to demonstrate the home, which has been in the identical relatives fingers for decades, staying made use of as a solitary-family members with the aforementioned wooden flooring, picture rails, and wall moldings on the very first flooring. French doors open up from the dwelling place into the dining room. The windowed kitchen area seems to have a lender of vintage cabinets with linoleum countertop. The appliances are on the opposite aspect, like a dishwasher.
The bedrooms demonstrated on the 2nd flooring all have wood flooring that seem in fantastic fix and photo rails. A next kitchen area has classic cabinets with what seems like original hardware, a sink with drainboard and a little bit of countertop.
None of the bathrooms are demonstrated, aside from 1 that is open to the previously mentioned-grade English basement, up coming to the laundry spot. Whilst it’s not exactly private, at the very least the plumbing is in place, and the basement appears ship-shape with what appears to be a thick concrete floor.
If you want to see it in individual, there is an open up house by appointment on Sunday, January 22 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Stated with Paul Relyea of Re/Max True Estate, the property is priced at $1.079 million. Well worth the ask?
[Listing: 7023 Ridge Crest Terrace | Broker: RE/MAX Real Estate] GMAP