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Park Slope‘s popular Ansonia Court co-op was once a clock factory, and today its apartments retain many of the old-world factory details like brick walls, beamed ceilings, and wide-open layouts. This two-bedroom unit on the market for $1,699,000 is no exception and it comes with the added perks of chic, modern upgrades, a duplex configuration, and two private outdoor spaces.
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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.
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This unique Park Slope property sits on a large 25-foot-wide lot, and its industrial-style garage doors open to a private driveway that leads to a heated two-car garage that’s currently configured as an art studio/woodshop. On the market for $3,495,000, the two-family townhouse consists of a three-bedroom owner’s duplex plus basement that has direct access to the big backyard, as well as a two-bedroom income-generating apartment on the top floor.
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Located on one of Brooklyn’s best blocks, this Federal-style inspired townhouse in Park Slope is asking $8,000,000. The red brick home at 20 Prospect Park West was designed by early 20th-century architect Alfred Freeman. While the five-bedroom home maintains many of its century-old details, a recent renovation added contemporary elements, like a reconfigured finished basement and new outdoor terraces.
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The Park Slope mansion owned by the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture for the last 75 years has hit the market for $30 million. If sold for the asking price, the property would set a record for the most expensive home sale in the borough. Located at 53 Prospect Park West, the grand four-story building boasts 5,724 square feet of interior space and a landscaped outdoor space nearly double that size, which the listing describes as the “largest private garden in Brooklyn.”
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Just on appearances, this Park Slope townhouse stands out, with its unique neo-Federal style. But it’s also rare for the fact that it comes with a private driveway and garage. Located at 15 Prospect Park West, the location’s not too shabby, either. The home has four bedrooms, a finished basement, a backyard, and a roof deck, and it’s asking $4,400,000.
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Wall Street Journal food columnist Kitty Greenwald has put her Park Slope co-op on the market for $850,000. Located at 1 Plaza Street West, just across from Grand Army Plaza, the charming one-bedroom is a corner unit on the 11th floor with lots of windows and, of course, a fully outfitted and renovated kitchen.
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After the current owners bought this Park Slope penthouse in 2011, they completed some beautiful renovations throughout, including a sleek kitchen, refinished wood floors, and even a “pet nook” underneath the stairs. The loft-style triplex is located in the Carriage House on the Slope, a 24-unit condo at 231 15th Street. It has three bedrooms, two large balconies, and incredible New York Harbor views.
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Every single room in this Park Slope duplex opens to outdoor space, a rare find anywhere in NYC. The condo at 580 Carroll Street has a 1,175-square-foot garden, as well as a huge upper terrace that spans the length of the building. In addition, the interiors of the two-bedroom home are impeccably designed in a cool, contemporary style. It’s asking $1,700,000.
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Fans of Bravo’s Southern Charm might confuse this home with one of the stylish Charleston pads featured in the show, but it’s actually right here in Park Slope. Another surprising fact is that the two-family carriage house at 396 15th Street was built in 2014, however, it still has plenty of character including the elegant moldings, country-chic kitchens, and beautiful built-ins. Consisting of two, three-bedroom duplexes, the property also has a shared garage, garden, two terraces, and a roof deck. It’s asking $4,650,000.
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