$1.65M brick townhouse in South Slope has a sunroom and a lush garden with a pond

Posted On Mon, December 12, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, December 12, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Park Slope

This three-story brick townhouse is nestled in the South Slope, a charming enclave just south of–you guessed it– the Brooklyn neighborhood of Park Slope. For $1.65 million you get interior details like custom millwork, exposed and white-washed brick, a potbelly fireplace and a customized new kitchen. Outdoor lovers will appreciate the sunroom and the backyard, which has been completely decked out with plantings, pathways, and a lovely little pond. The home was last purchased in 2006 for $800,000 by the accomplished stage manager Tricia Toliver.



While the living room’s decked out with the classic exposed brick, the kitchen and dining area are more modern. The spaces have been renovated with new millwork, a kitchen island, lots of cabinetry and a striking built-in shelving unit. In fact, extra storage space has been integrated along the whole garden level.


Unlike most townhouses, in which the parlor floor holds the living and dining rooms, this parlor floor accommodates a bedroom, full bathroom, and a lofty living area with exposed brick and a fireplace.


The master bedroom, on the third floor, has its own balcony that looks out onto the backyard below.



There’s a second bedroom on this floor, which happens to boast a quirky, built-in children’s bed with its own storage.




The views of the upstairs bedrooms look down onto the charming backyard, which you enter through the garden level. Landscaping, pathways and lush plantings make this outdoor space as charming as can be. Not pictured in the listing: the garden-level sunroom located right off the backyard.

[Listing: 212 18th Street by Jessica Buchman for Corcoran]

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

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Neighborhoods : Park Slope



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