This laid-back little Windsor Terrace townhouse occupies a fortunate spot on a tree-lined block among similarly adorable Arts and Crafts-style homes, just on the edge of Prospect Park. The updated semi-attached, single-family home is no bargain at $2.468 million, but there are at least four bedrooms, plus more than enough space, modern comfort, and charm for the whole family. And while it may not be designer-perfect, it offers far more space than the average condo, and it’s the kind of place that looks like home.
Enter through an enclosed front porch into a large open living and dining room. Warm-toned wood floors, a hint of exposed brick, an original fireplace enclosure, and crown molding remind us that this townhouse wasn’t built yesterday.
In the spacious kitchen, capable and capacious appliances join built-in banquette seating and there’s plenty of pantry space for storage. A second stairway leads down to a TV room, a full bath, and a bonus room, and a terrace off the kitchen brings you down to a lovely south-facing back yard with a private deck and a tree house. Throughout the home, a ductless HVAC system keeps things cool.
Upstairs are four bedrooms and another full bath. A brilliant sun room has eleven windows and would make a great playroom or additional bedroom. If you run out of room, there’s even more storage space in an unfinished walk-out basement.
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Images courtesy of Halstead
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