$3.3M Park Slope townhouse offers two serene duplexes with outdoor space

Posted On Fri, June 25, 2021 By

Posted On Fri, June 25, 2021 By In Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos courtesy of Russ Ross Photography

Though it was built in 1899, this Park Slope townhouse has undergone a renovation that’s left it with a modern and minimalist aesthetic, which blends beautifully with the existing architecture like beamed ceilings and exposed brick walls. There are two duplex apartments, both with outdoor space. The owner’s unit has three bedrooms and access to the backyard, while the garden-floor unit has two bedrooms and a terrace. It’s asking $3,294,000.

The owner’s duplex begins on the parlor floor with a large open living/dining room. Here, restored features–exposed brick walls, mahogany doors, wide-plank pine floors, and beamed ceilings–mix with custom steel and glass details, including the contemporary fireplace. The kitchen boasts commercial-grade high-end appliances, white stone countertops, and a center island.

The kitchen leads to the professionally landscaped south garden, which is overflowing with hydrangeas, peonies, clematis vines, and climbing roses. The bluestone and wood decks is perfect for outdoor entertaining.

Upstairs are three bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bathrooms (they’re also accessible from the hall); the other has a large skylight. As the listing describes, the bathrooms are a “mix of Italian porcelain, reclaimed wood, and vintage elements like the restored cast iron tub.”

Though the listing photos don’t show us much of the garden-plus-cellar level apartment, the upper level has a large open living/dining room and kitchen, as well as a bedroom suite complete with an en-suite bathroom, walk-in closet, and access to a patio. The entire lower level has been set up as a serene primary bedroom suite, with polished concrete floors, a beautiful ensuite bath, and a private terrace featuring a stunning reclaimed wood wall.

The home is just off 7th Avenue and two blocks from Prospect Park. The F and G trains are five blocks away.

[Listing: 362a 14th Street by Tracey McLean of The Corcoran Group]

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Listing photos courtesy of Russ Ross Photography

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