435 Coyle Street is located in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. This two-family home is quite a sight to see. The Colonial-style brick house was recently given new windows and a new roof. The large windows are in almost every room, enhancing the beauty of the house. There are two spacious bedrooms in the home. The master bedroom has a doorway to the lower backyard, which allows parking for two cars. The large eat-in kitchen has much storage space and contains several appliances, including the island-high stove, which has a microwave above in the cabinets. Across, you have the refrigerator, accompanied by a dishwasher. A door in the kitchen leads to the deck, while a butler window leads to the formal dining room, which allows a table for six or more. The living room is quite large and is fully mirrored on the wall opposite the entrance. The half-bathroom is on the first floor, while the full bathroom is on the second. There is also a three-quarter bathroom in the full basement. This homes homes price is currently listed at $599,000.
There are several public and private schools, all less than a mile away from the home. The public schools in the area are P.S. 194, P.S. 277, P.S. 52, and P.S. 254, which educate students from kindergarten to the fifth grade. P.S. 206, however, educates from kindergarten through the eighth grade. The intermediate schools in the area are Junior High School 14 and Junior High School 278. A few other intermediate schools, a little more than a mile away, are also in the area. Across the street from the home is Sheepshead Bay High School. There is also Leon M Goldstein High School, which is not too far. Once again, a few other high schools are located not too far from the home. Less than half a mile away is Beachbrook School, a private school which specializes in Special Education. The closest Catholic school is Good Shepherd School. The other private schools, which are less than a mile from the home, are Yeshiva Gedolah Academy, Lev Bais Yaakov, and Yeshiva of Kings Bay.
When you drive or take public transportation, the Gerritsen Beach Library is about ten minutes away. Walking would only take twice that amount of time. Not too far from the home are several places to shop or eat. The home is surrounded by several parks, with Yak Playground the closest. Less than an hour away is Coney Island Beach and Boardwalk. The B36 actually goes straight from Sheepshead Bay to Coney Island, stopping relatively close to the home on its way. The B44, which travels from Sheepshead Bay to Williamsburg, is also near the home. The BM3 express bus passes the home on its way to Downtown and Midtown. The home is also near the B and Q subway platforms. The B express subway runs from Brooklyn, through Manhattan, and into the Bronx. The Q express subway runs from Brooklyn, through Manhattan, and into Queens.