$1.095M duplex in a Park Slope brownstone boasts intricate stained glass and inlaid wood floors

Posted On Sun, April 30, 2017 By

Posted On Sun, April 30, 2017 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Park Slope

This Park Slope duplex is located just one block from Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza, and chock full of prewar details inside. Taking up two floors of a historic brownstone at 85 8th Avenue, the rooms are lined with detailed stained glass, the original moldings, hardwood floors with an incredible walnut inlay, and painted brick walls. In the wintertime there’s a working fireplace, and for the summer there’s a private deck. For such a dreamy Park Slope offering, something that’s sure to make old house lovers swoon, it’ll cost $1.095 million.

The lower floor of the apartment holds the combined living and dining room with an adjacent kitchen. It’s here you can enjoy three expansive, bay windows, lined with stained glass, as well as the beautiful wood detailing along the windows and doorways.

A wall separates the kitchen from the living room. Although there’s nothing particularly eye-popping about the kitchen, it does happen to open up onto a lovely private porch.

Two bedrooms, which share a full bathroom, are located up the spiral staircase on the second floor. The master boasts two large windows that look onto the patio, and lots of closet and storage space.

The second bedroom is smaller but the owners have lined the walls with shelving to maximize the space.

The home is located among a gorgeous stretch of brownstones in Park Slope… and did we mention it’s just a block away from Prospect Park? This particular building is a pet-friendly, five-unit co-op with some additional storage for residents in the basement.

[Listing: 85 8th Avenue by Amy Bergman Bonomi for Stribling]


Photos courtesy of Stribling

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Neighborhoods : Park Slope



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