Welcome to 424 Quincy Street, a beautiful 3 family townhouse on a charming, tree-lined block in historic Bedford-Stuyvesant. The home is perfect for a seasoned and savvy investor or primary user, with the potential to live in an amazing duplex with a lovely backyard and enjoy substantial rental income from the other two units.<br><br>The parlor duplex combines the classic with the new, with incredible original details (beautiful ceiling medallions, woodwork, and multiple decorative fireplaces) , new built-ins, and a stunning fully renovated kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, Bertazzoni range, Reform cabinets, and honed quartz. The parlor floor includes an incredible powder room, and off of the dining room you will find a private terrace, perfect for your morning coffee or evening grilling, which leads down to a wonderfully manicured backyard and artist shed. The garden level of the home offers three large bedrooms with direct access to the private backyard oasis and one fully remodeled bath. In these bedrooms you will also find original fireplaces and exposed brick walls, giving each space its own unique character and charm. And finally, the basement level includes your laundry room, a workshop for the handyperson in the family, and an abundance of storage. With ceiling heights at 7+ feet the basement is ripe for a little love, and could easily become a fully usable living space. <br><br>North and South facing, Units 2 and 3 are roughly 750 sq.ft each and have one large bedroom and one smaller bedroom or home office, a nice sized bathroom, and separate galley kitchen. They also feature original architectural details (2 fireplaces each!) that seamlessly blend with modern upgrades, offering the perfect balance of old-world charm and contemporary comfort. These apartments offer amazing sunlight, kitchens that feature great storage and stainless steel appliances, spacious bedrooms and three large closets. <br><br>Walk a few blocks from 424 Quincy and find yourself at the Olmsted designed Herbert Von King Park. Take a stroll down Tompkins St and stop by hot-spots such as Sincerely Tommy, Bar Camillo and walk a few more historic blocks to Saraghina Cafe, The Fly and Aita. With easy access to the G, A,and C subway lines and major bus routes, commuting to and from this beautiful home is a breeze!