This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from October 22, 2016
Situated in the center of an urban oasis near the entrance to the Manhattan Bridge, 184 Concord Street offers a rare opportunity for the savvy buyer. Constructed circa 1850, this three-family, twenty-five-foot wide frame house features a recently restored subtle-yet-stunning facade. Its exterior further boasts its original cornice, window frames, front door, slate front steps, and blue-slate sidewalks. The historic and aesthetic value is greatly enhanced by its location: a three-square block area which features a rare ensemble of almost thirty pre-Civil War federal-style houses interspersed with some more recently constructed buildings and condominiums that are compatible in scale and design. In the far corner of this enclave is a verdant award winning community garden that sports a fish pond. The area's two tree-lined streets-Concord and Duffield-attract only light, local traffic. Originally called, Bridge Plaza, a name that never stuck, it has been compared to Brigadoon. Currently configured as a three family - this makes a great home while still having the ability to collect rental income. Located in Downtown Brooklyn just steps to either Vinegar Hill and Dumbo there are many transportation options. This is a winner!