Big, Bold, Beautiful 716 Bushwick! On the corner of Hart and Bushwick Ave, presides a majestic brick Renaissance Revival mansion built in 1899, designed by notable architect Arthur Koch. This palatial house is rich in original pre-war details, including parquet floors, two antique fireplace mantles, extensive woodwork, 10.5 feet ceilings, and antique chandeliers in every room. Over 34 5-panel doors and copious windows grace this fully detached home with 3 full exposures. It is fitting that this sits on Bushwick Avenue, home to Bushwick's famed historic mansions. 3 floors of sun-filled rooms and thoughtfully placed skylights and exposed brick walls give this grand house a modern touch. Huge, fully finished cavernous basement lends itself naturally to an art studio, true to the artistic energy of Bushwick. Definitely not your typical 2 family, this house offers far more space and options: double duplex, triplex with rental or convert back to a 5 or 6 bedroom, 4 bath single family mansion (with a separate 2-bedroom guest suite!). A spacious gated, front patio, wrap around planter garden, roof terrace with views of Brownstone Brooklyn, and a garage complete all that one needs in a home! Conveniently located just 3 blocks from the J/M/Z express stop at Myrtle Station, and a 15 minute ride to Manhattan. At the turn of the century, Bushwick Avenue was home to Bushwick's historic mansions. Recently, Bushwick was named by Vogue Magazine as THE "Coolest" neighborhood in the US to live in, with its highly popular eateries and restaurants (ie, Roberta's, Little Mo's and Northeast Kingdom), cutting edge galleries, diverse array of boutiques, and vibrant culture of art and creativity. 716 Bushwick is a unique marriage of Bushwick past and present, a beautiful house filled with history, yet seamlessly integrated in the neighborhood's growing vibrant art community - a standout in all that defines Bushwick!