Expansive One-of-a-kind 4-Family House with Hot Tub, Pool, and Private Garage A fully-renovated 4-family house nestled in a quiet residential enclave of Bushwick, 326 Eldert Street is a stunning example of modern craftsmanship and design as well as classic Brooklyn luxury and charm. Features include a chic redbrick façade, beautiful hardwood floors, oversized sash windows, elegant window arches, whitewashed exposed brick walls, split-system cooling, a private backyard, a decadent owner’s triplex, and a trio of pristine rental units that make this house a prime investment opportunity. The 1-bedroom, 2-bathroom owner’s triplex boasts a sloped, windowed one-car garage, a windowed cellar, a floating spiral staircase, and a multi-level backyard with an in-ground pool and a mature maple tree. The first floor of the triplex opens into a tasteful entry gallery and flows into an expansive living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with natural light. The living space has a wall of folding doors that lead out into the backyard, while the kitchen is equipped with an eat-in island, sleek countertops, custom cabinets, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances.The second floor is an open primary suite that overlooks the backyard and has a walk-in marble shower, double sinks, and an enclosed toilet. A bonus space can be used as a decadent walk-in closet, a reading room, or an office. The cellar has poured concrete floors, an in-ground hot tub, stunning exposed stone walls, and a multi-use den/workshop. The first rental unit has a spacious bedroom, a pristine bathroom, and a windowed galley-style kitchen with sleek countertops, white lacquer cabinetry, and high-end stainless steel appliances.The second and third rental units sit on the third floor of the house. Each one has 2 bedrooms, a marble bathroom with a walk-in shower, open-concept living and dining spaces, and immaculate kitchens with high-end fixtures and finishes. 326 Eldert is located on a picturesque tree-lined street in Bushwick. It is moments from dozens of restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops, and is around the corner from Irving Square Park. The L subway line is five minutes away.