January 2018

Found 16 blog entries for January 2018.

This craftsmen style bungalow home was constructed in West Brighton around 1920. The house received its name as the Mark W. Allen house after Mark Allen, who came to Staten Island as a carpenter and became an owner of a large building supply and construction company. He also served in the New York State senate in 1923-24 and was part of the Goethals Bridge and Outerbridge Crossing's development. He continued to be an active part of his community organizations, and lived in this house until his death in 1958.

This home is one and a half stories on the corner of Clove Road and West Raleigh. Although many craftsmen style bungalows emerged throughout the United States during the time the Mark Allen house was built, not many were constructed on Staten

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This home, located in New Dorp will be raised, expanded, and completely renovated to make a beautiful dream home! It will include 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, one bedroom which will have access to a lovely balcony. Additionally, this home will have a carport with a second story deck, which adds a unique to touch to the property. If you are looking to make your own personal touches or to get more information about this listing, please contact:

Adam Bronko or Antonio Vega

NYS Licensed Real Estate Salespersons

718-924-6548 | 347-231-0740

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This high-rise luxury building is gorgeous inside and out, with a beautiful view of the ocean. The apartment itself has been fully renovated and includes a master bedroom with a 3/4 bathroom and walk-in closet, a second bedroom, a new kitchen with new granite countertops, cabinets, stainless steel appliances, gorgeous hardwood floors, and a new AC heat units, and custom shelves. This lovely top floor unit is also close to the roof-top club house for events, and has access to the indoor pool, gym, billiard room, and 24 hour doorman/concierge service. This apartment is located near shopping, and transportation, making it an easy commute for city commuters and drivers. You must see this bright and sunny unit to appreciate it!

For more information, please

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Lovely single family home located in the heart of Great Kills. The first floor features 9 foot ceilings, hardwood floors, a bright and airy living room, a separate dining room, and a newer eat-in kitchen with a ceiling fan and recessed lighting, granite countertops, decorative glass back splash, and ceramic floor. There is also one bedroom located on the first floor, a 3/4 bathroom, and an 8x8 bonus room which is perfect for a nursery or office. 

The second floor has three bedrooms and a full bathroom, as well as a staircase to the fully finished attic that can be used as an additional bedroom. The unfinished basement offers even more space as storage, or it has potential for finishing and use as a family room. This home is completed by its backyard

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Seaview Hospital was opened on November 12th,1913.  Located at 460 Brielle Avenue, this hospital was built to care for patients with Tuberculosis, which at the time had been a huge epidemic. Tuberculosis was known as the “white plague”. The architect Raymond F. Almirall built this hospital Colonial Revival style. This was considered to be the largest and finest hospital in the state, the total cost of it was about 4 million dollars! 

This hospital was built on a 94-acre property and had several buildings built, a nearby farm colony soon became a part of Seaview hospital.The finished construction included a staff house, surgical pavilion, nurses’ residence, kitchen and dining hall, power and laundry complex, and a garage and morgue building. Underground

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This beautiful 1,730 sqft, 3 bedroom home is filled with old world charm. It is located in Tottenville on an over-sized park-like lot, making for a great view all year round. The large backyard also offers a lot of potential for entertaining or even relaxing on a nice day.

The first floor includes the formal living and dining room, the eat-in kitchen, and a full bathroom. The first floor also features gorgeous hardwood flooring throughout and access to the backyard. The second floor has the master bedroom, 2 additional bedrooms, and a full bathroom. Another lovely feature of this home is the 3rd floor which can be used as a 4th bedroom, a large playroom, family room, or anything else you desire.

For more information, please contact:

Joseph

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Who doesn't love shopping? Okay, there may be a  few "not me's" to that question, but if you do I have got the perfect place for you! Staten Island Mall! This mall is located at 2655 Richmond Avenue, New Springville, Staten Island. This is the perfect place to let loose and go on a full-blown shopping spree. There are over 200 stores located in the mall and it is currently the only indoor shopping center on Staten Island. 

This mall is owned by GGP INC. and opened officially in 1973. There are two floors inside but in the Macys store, there are 3 levels. Here we have a total of 4 anchor tenants; Primark, Macy's, JCPenny, and Sears. The mall is currently under construction and coming this year,2018, there will be a Dave & Busters, Zara, Movie Theater,

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This house is located at 1476 Richmond Road in Dongan Hills. It was built around the 1660's, it consists of one and a half stories,7 rooms on the ground floor, and 9 rooms on the second.  This is a Dutch style home but was later rebuilt with more English features. Billiou lived in this house until the year 1702, his daughter Martha Stillwell's husband served as a sheriff, magistrate, and military captain in Staten Island. The Stillwells owned the property from 1677 to 1704. Stillwells son-in-law, Colonel Nicolas Britton, resided in the house from 1704-1748 and became the owner in the year 1709. After Britton died the house was sold to Dongan, in 1749 Joseph Holmes bought the property and the house was used as a pub as well as the residential living

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This 1,148 square foot semi attached home in the heart of Westerleigh offers so much. The first floor features a living room, dining room, half bathroom, and eat in kitchen with a door to access the back yard. The second floor offers three spacious bedrooms and a full bathroom. The attic provides storage space and there is hardwood floor throughout the home beneath the carpeting. The basement is huge yet unfinished but can easily be turned into additional space for any family. The furnace is new, the roof is 7 years old, and the entrance has new limestone and railing. In such a great neighborhood, it is only a mere 10 minutes away from the Verrazano Bridge and offers off street parking for several cars.

 

If interested, please contact: 

Thomas

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This simple one and a half story home was built in 1810, and was originally located on Richmond Avenue in New Springville. Its earliest known owner was James S. Decker, followed by John DuPuy  and his wife Susan Ann, who lived there with their three children and nephew. In the early 1950s the City of New York took possession of the property, and after the last resident it was boarded up until being brought to Historic Richmond Town in 1965.

How this house received its name

This house reflects many of the residents who lived in New Springville at the time. They partook in not only water relative activities such as oystering, but also part- time farming and basket making. Basket making was one of the many traditional crafts practiced by rural Staten

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