This 20â€™ wide late Italianate townhouse is a masterful piece of authentic New York history. One of five row brownstones built in 1871, 187 Dean Street is a three family home located in the Historic District of Boerum Hill. The property currently has two free market rented units and offers the option for conversion to a single-family home, keep as an investment property, or a live plus income scenario. The facade of the house showcases French doors under an arched entrance framed by columns and simple brackets supporting the slab cornice. The interior of the house features numerous preserved details including six wood burning fireplaces with marble mantles and ornate cast iron summer covers, original crown moldings, and tin ceilings. The house is currently configured as two floor-through units over an ownerâ€™s duplex occupying the parlor and garden levels. The floor-through units each consist of 1.5 bedrooms and 1 bathroom with a spacious living area and are currently rented at free market rents. Recent capital improvements include a new roof within the past year, and gas boiler and mechanicals updated in the past ten years. 187 Dean Street is positioned on a tree-lined block between Bond Street and Hoyt Street steps from local restaurants such as Rocolo, health clubs, yoga studios, Trader Joeâ€™s on Court Street, and entertainment at BAM and the Barclays Center. Transportation is very convenient with a Citi Bike dock on Dean Street, the F/G line on Smith and Bergen, the A/C/G at Hoyt-Schermerhorn, and all major lines including the LIRR at the Atlantic Terminal.