Turn of the century elegance awaits in your well-maintained multi-family townhouse located in the heart of Park Slope. This renovated four-story building provides the best of both worlds with a private owner-occupied garden and parlor duplex and two floor-through rental properties. The townhouse built in 1901 features an Anglo-Italianate exterior of brick and the iconic terracotta facade detailing fashionable to the era. Each floor ventilates with a wall of windows on two sides that provide plenty of natural sunlight. Crown molding and details true to the period trim the walls, doorways, and windowsills throughout the building.
Bask in the delight of the parlor features with an enormous living and dining space perfect for entertaining friends and family for celebrations of all kinds from birthday parties to graduations and the holidays. Its open floor plan can comfortably accommodate a variety of configurations including a communal farm table with seating for 10-12 guests. Two original mahogany pocket doors offer the flexibility to create more intimate settings for smaller groups. The kitchen’s open layout offers plenty of counter space for the aspiring sous chef. Designed with granite countertops, an integrated sink, tumbled slate tiles, maple cabinets and sleek black appliances complement the rustic sthetic. A granite island is suitable for a Sunday morning coffee with The New York Times, lunch with the kids or a glass of wine with friends. Additional amenities include large windows, ample storage space, and a full-sized pantry. With two windows overlooking the back garden, a separate room off the kitchen is perfect for your home office, nursery or additional bedroom. The parlor floor also has a full bath with a shower and features a coat closet. Descend the internal staircase to reach the full ceiling height garden floor level with three bedrooms and one and a half baths. Head toward the back of the townhouse to enter two bedrooms, one of them featuring a walk-in-closet to stow away toys or exercise equipment and the piece de resistance, French doors that open onto a sunny patio area with a shady grove of seasonal trees: maple, dogwood, oak and river birch. Roses, hydrangeas and daffodils fill in the undercover. The landscaped backyard with blue slate paving offers a tranquil respite from city life, with garden privacy features. Toward the front of the building is the master bedroom, a sizable space large enough to accommodate a king size bed. Two full windows provide natural light and views of the front garden area with a mature oakleaf hydrangea tree. The room also features a walk-in closet and half bath, with a full bathroom adjacent to the hallway dividing the bedroom areas and a staircase offering direct access to the basement laundry room with a washer and dryer and additional storage areas.
The upper floors feature (2) floor-through rentals with an identical layout. These one-bedroom plus den apartments feature high ceilings, large windows, and original 19th-century fireplace mantels. Tenants enter from the central staircase into a large living and dining room, greeted by a wall of windows featuring natural light and a lovely view of the tree-lined street. Handsome architectural details include decorative fireplaces, and original molding detail. A galley kitchen features oak cabinets, a dishwasher, gas range, and full-sized refrigerator. Wake up to the sunshine in an oversized master bedroom with a large walk-in closet and ensuite bath with a full-sized bathtub. Additional closets for each apartment are located in the den and off the central staircase. One rental apartment will be vacant, and the other rental can be delivered vacant.
The townhouse is within walking distance to Prospect Park as well as Seventh and Fifth Avenues Park Slope shopping district. Other nearby amenities include Grand Army greenmarkets, the Park Slope Food Co-op, and further afield Whole Foods. The F/G at 7th Avenue, the R at 4th Avenue, the B/Q at Flatbush Ave, and the 2/3 at Grand Army Plaza offer access to downtown Manhattan in 35 minutes. Come and experience living on this quintessential Park Slope block and mix and mingle at the semi-annual block parties with games and entertainment and a barbecue for all.