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245 Greene Ave.

245 Greene Ave.
245 Greene Ave.

245 Greene Ave., Brooklyn


This building is at the end of a row of six (originally seven) Romanesque Revival style houses built around 1894. The Clinton Hill Historic District designation report describes the ‘pedimented gables that incorporate large arched window openings and panels of delicate classical ornament’ as ‘particularly notable’ on this house and its twin at the other end of the row. It is vacant and sealed.

Neighborhood: Clinton Hill
Building use type: Single Family
Condition: Poor
Architect/Builder: Elbert Snedeker, Developer
Year built: 1894
Style: Romanesque Revival
Predominant materials: Masonry
NYC Designation Status: Historic District
National Designation Status:
Lot width: 15
Lot depth: 100
Building width: 15
Building depth: 45
Zoning: R6

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