Weirfield street brooklyn ny

134 Weirfield St, Brooklyn, NY 11221 is a Two Family Frame (B2) property. This property is located in zip code 11221 and was built in 1920. 134 Weirfield St, Brooklyn, NY 11221 has a total lot square footage of 2,000. 134 Weirfield St, Brooklyn, NY 11221 was last sold on 4/20/2018.

View 32 photos for 137 Weirfield St, Brooklyn, NY 11221 a 5 bed, 4 bath, 1,767 Sq. Ft. townhomes built in that sold on 01/24/2019.

3300 sq. ft. multi-family (2-4 unit) located at 136 Weirfield St, Brooklyn, NY 11221 sold for $275,000 on Mar 28, 2014. View sales history, tax history, home value estimates, and overhead views. 22 Weirfield Street is a House located in the Bushwick neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY. 22 Weirfield Street was built in 1915 and has 2 stories and 3 units. Find out who lives on Weirfield St, Brooklyn, NY 11221. Uncover property values, resident history, neighborhood safety score, and more! 287 records found for Weirfield St, Brooklyn, NY 11221. Sold - 92 Weirfield St, Brooklyn, NY - $750,000. View details, map and photos of this multi-family property with 2 bedrooms and 2 total baths. MLS# 2878114.

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