Finished just as Magic City's post-war population boomed in 1947, the 3-bedroom, 2-bath pied-à-terre possesses a quiet charm with its sea green-painted gateway featuring dazzling marine motifs.
Is that a small child riding a dolphin? Yes, see below.
The 1,743-square-foot main house features a formal dining room, fireplace complete with sea nymphs riding sea horses, cathedral ceilings, and a spectacular covered patio and garden area perfect for breezy entertaining.
But the best part about the decked-out home may be the price: a cool $499,000. Sold yet?
Check out the pad, courtesy of Realtor.com: