$1.75M townhouse is a modernist hideaway in Prospect Heights

Posted On Thu, August 27, 2020 By

Posted On Thu, August 27, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Prospect Heights

Photos by VHT, courtesy of The Corcoran Group

This townhouse clad in zinc and Brazilian Ipe definitely doesn’t look like the rest in Prospect Heights, and that may be its biggest selling point. The modernist single-family home is like a secret hideaway in the middle of Brooklyn–enter through the gate on Underhill Avenue and find yourself in a landscaped corridor/front yard complete with bamboo, native grasses, and hydrangeas. Pair it with the sleek contemporary interiors, and this home earns its $1,750,000 price tag.

In addition to the entrance corridor, there’s an artificial turf front yard and a side yard that wraps around to the backyard. There’s an irrigation system to take care of all the whimsical plants, and enough room in the side yard for a barbecue, lounging, and herb and vegetable gardens.

The first floor is an open living room and kitchen with rich walnut floors that can be found throughout. A floor-to-ceiling folding glass wall lets in tons of natural light. The kitchen has charcoal-hued cabinetry, a Viking stove with an induction cooktop, dishwaser, and engineered granite counters.

Up the walnut and wrought-iron floating staircase, the second floor holds two bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a laundry closet. The main bedroom can hold a king-sized bed and has custom cabinetry and Ipe paneling.

There’s also a lower level with an open rec room and another full bath that could easily be another bedroom suite. There are radiant heat floors on this level and a wall of glass doors that open to a walled lower-level patio.

As the listing explains, “there is an option to buy a separate 1000 sq ft parcel of land that sits directly behind the property,” which would be perfect for a pool.

[Listing: 117 Underhill Avenue by Emma James of The Corcoran Group]

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Photos by VHT, courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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