128 Kingston Ave.

Brooklyn, New York


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A beautiful residency for Activists, Artists & Educators...


Built: 1905

4 Floors and full basement

Lot Size: 22’7” x 84’8” (1,911 sq/ft)

Building Size: Approx. 4,000 sq/ft

The building is a beautiful 4 story turn of the century brownstone with original wood detail throughout, fireplaces, claw-foot tubs and ornate tiling. The building has 3 residential apartments and residents have access to a backyard garden and a washer/dryer in the basement.


The building is located in Crown Heights section of Brooklyn.  The neighborhood, formerly known as Weeksville, is the oldest Black community in New York. The surrounding area contains endless blocks of beautiful turn of the century brownstones. Recently 128 Kingston and the surrounding community received landmark status. We are one block from the Brooklyn Children's Museum and Brower Park. The house is centrally located between the C train on Fulton Avenue and the 3 train on Eastern Parkway. Both train stations are about 5 blocks away.