A third of an acre in New York City? That seems impossible, but not for this three-bedroom home at 3115 Independence Ave.
Built in 1955, this split-level design brick and stone home comes with 2.5 bathrooms as well, and features an entry foyer, living room with bay windows, and a marble wood-burning fireplace. The dining room shows off sliding glass doors to the rear patio and yard, along with an eat-in kitchen completed with polished granite counter tops and appliances from Viking, Miele and Samsung.
The master bedroom suite comes with a marble bathroom (matching the home’s other bathrooms), while a lower-level den is a great place to relax with a wet bar and powder room.
A finished basement offers Brazilian cherry-wood paneling, custom built-ins, private office (or a possible guest room), laundry room and cedar closets.
Floors are Brazilian cherry wood and oak hardwood, while outside, the grassy backyard has its own underground sprinkler system and irrigation system. There’s also plenty of off-street parking in its private driveways and attached two-car garage.
It’s available now for $1.745 million.