Located in prime Clinton Hill at the border of Fort Greene offers residents easy access to Fort Greene Park, other public playgrounds and plazas for outdoor activities. The proximity to BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music), independent bookstores, excellent restaurants, and gyms provides a vibrant and cultural neighborhood experience. Furthermore, being close to Barclays Center and having easy access to multiple train lines, including the 2, 3, 4, 5, N, Q, R, C, G, B, D, and LIRR, ensures convenient transportation options for commuting or exploring the city.
This magnificent home has served as a filming location for scenes in several movies and TV shows including "Brown Sugar", "The Knick" and "Boardwalk Empire".
The tower of 289 Dekalb Avenue boasts several noteworthy features that contribute to its architectural beauty. The presence of dwarf columns, forming a cluster, serves to protect a stained-glass transom on a first-floor window. Another distinctive detail is the checkerboard pattern of stone blocks positioned between the second and third floors. Additionally, the third story showcases round arches supported by clustered columns, adding to the visual appeal of the tower. Moving to the side facade of the house, it is adorned with brick, creating an elegant and timeless appearance. The facade incorporates a series of projecting and recessed bays, further enhancing the architectural complexity and overall charm of the property. These design elements contribute to the unique and captivating aesthetic of the property.