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by Robert DeFalco
on Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 at 8:01am.
This is truly a special and most desirable property, priced competitively & aggressively! Attractive for today's market, this home is sure to create a tremendous buzz. Seller is ready to start hearing bids, offers & proposals. Spring is here, don't miss out on this awesome piece of real estate which is sure to be in extremely high demand. All offers must come with a prequalification letter from bank or mortgage broker and proof of funds.This extra large (24 x 53 house size) 2 family brick detached home on a 32.5 x 82 lot with a shared driveway and detached 1 car garage.Other features include:
Represented by Piero Vernuccio tel:718-748-7000 and Raymond Rong tel:718-987-7900
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Transportation: The area is a bit starved for convenient subway service; only a single line, the D, cuts through one corner, with a stop at 71st Street; a trip to Manhattan from there takes around 45 minutes. Just beyond the boundary are a handful of other D and N stops.
The x28 express bus gets to Lower Manhattan in about 30 minutes; the x38 gets to Midtown Manhattan in about 50 minutes. Many residents park on the street and drive to work.
Schools: Public, private and parochial options exist, both in Dyker Heights and just outside. P.S. 229 - Dyker is a highly rated, public school located in Brooklyn, NY. It has 1,164 students in grades PK, K-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1.
The school, which enrolls about 1,100, got an A on its most recent city report card. According to state test scores, 72% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
New Utrecht High School is a public school located in Brooklyn, NY. It has 3,475 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 93% of students are at least proficient in math and 86% in reading.
Places to Eat: True to its original Italian-American roots, Bay Ridge offers plenty of red-sauce joints where you can get baked ziti and killer cannoli, but it’s also home to the highly touted Middle Eastern restaurant, Tanoreen. Don’t miss the eggplant Napolean, the fried Brussels sprouts with tahini or the knafeh dessert!
Brooklyn Beet Company brings a farm-to-table sensibility to Eastern European fare—the fried grass-fed cheeseburger with house-made beet ketchup is a must-try. Looking for a laid-back, SoCal vibe? Chow down on some West Coast-style Mexican food at Ho’ Brah Taco Joint. Ho’ Brah’s sister beer garden, The Lock Yard, has an impressive craft brew list and serves organic bratwursts, sweet potato tater tots, and other delicious pub fares.
Robicelli’s Bakery boasts confections like Nutella lasagna and Brooklyn blackout layer cake, and Cream Coffee & Tea Shop has Stumptown coffee, doughnuts, and macarons.
Dyker Heights is a residential neighborhood in the southwest corner of the borough of Brooklyn in New York City, US. It is on a hill between Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst, Borough Park, and Gravesend Bay. The neighborhood is officially bounded by 7th and 14th avenues, 61st Street, and the Belt Parkway on the west, east, north, and south, respectively.
Looking for things to do? Dyker Heights is near Gravesend Bay where there are many attractions which are easy to access.
To the west, its borders are Fort Hamilton Parkway and the Gowanus Expressway; to the east, 16th Avenue, though some put that area, which increasingly has an Asian presence, in Bensonhurst. At the north is Bay Ridge Avenue, which locals call 69th Street — though others put the boundary farther out, at 65th Street.
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Dyker Heights is now most famous for its Christmas lights and decorations erected each year by its residents. It has been called "Con Ed's warmest heartthrob," the "undisputed capital of Christmas pageantry," and the "king of the Christmas lights." Christmas lights are now the core of the Dyker Heights identity, because the whole community, not just one home or one block, participates. As such, Dyker Heights has been referred to as "an epicenter of professionally hung Christmas lights". Most holiday decorations in the area are not erected by homeowners, but by local decorating companies, but the cost of hiring professional decorators can vary greatly, from $1,000 to $20,000 or more, depending on the scale of the display; many companies also offer additional services, including the option to take down and store decorations.
Robert DeFalco Realty Inc. (NYC Service Office, member of Manhattan MLS) at one of our conveniently located one-stop centers at 8823 3rd Ave. in Brooklyn, 718-748-7000. 1678 Hylan Boulevard in Staten Island, 718-987-7900, 655 Rossville Avenue in Staten Island, 718-605-9300, or in New Jersey at 340 Rte 34 Ste. 112 in Colts Neck, 732-845-3200. Bi-lingual agents are available.
Robert DeFalco Realty is a member of the Manhattan Multiple Listing Service(MLS), Serving NYC, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, Staten Island, and New Jersey.