1950 was a great year. The credit card was born for those wishing to join the Diner’s Club. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization — NATO — was born. And Charles Schulz debuted his “Peanuts” comic strip featuring the lovable Charlie Brown for the first time.
But something much different was happening at 5214 Netherland Ave., near Wave Hill. A classic three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom brick home welcomed its first family. And now it can welcome yours.
New to the market and listing at $1.2 million, you walk in to find a center hall leading to a number of other comfortable places, like the living room with wood-burning fireplace, a formal dining room, eat-in kitchen with a door out to an east-facing terrace, and a master bedroom suite with windowed master bathroom.
The finished walk-out basement has a recreation room and windowed laundry room, storage attic with pull-down stairs, private driveway, an attached one-car garage — all on a 50-by-81-foot lot.
Find your home on Netherland Avenue, just as other families have done before over the last 70 years.