Consider this $1.4M Windsor Terrace townhouse a condo alternative with a garden and parking

Posted On Fri, February 28, 2020 By

Posted On Fri, February 28, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Windsor Terrace

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

As an alternative to a co-op or condo, this three-story townhouse at 550 20th Street in Brooklyn’s Windsor Terrace neighborhood, asking $1,368,000 has a lot going for it. First, a gated private parking space is a rare New York City convenience. A sun-dappled bluestone-paved garden with a covered patio is ready for summer entertaining. And a tranquil, laid-back style and a thoroughly livable layout make the most of the petite townhouse’s available interior space.

Built on one of the highest points in Brooklyn, this 1,200-square-foot home is wrapped with windows on three sides. That means south-facing sunlight–and views of that gorgeous garden.

On the parlor level is a bright, cozy living room and an open plan kitchen with garden views. A sun-filled dining room is framed by large windows and skylights. From there it’s just steps to the garden.

On the second floor is a large master bedroom with a storage-packed en-suite dressing room and a big, bright master bath. Off the bedroom is a home office with built-ins.

Back on the home’s garden level is a lounge that could easily serve as a guest bedroom or media room. The room opens onto a fabulous covered terrace for rain-proof outdoor entertaining.

Private parking is a treasure anywhere, but it’s a real bonus here in Brooklyn. And the home’s exterior has been painted a pretty pale grey with a welcoming fire-engine-red front door.

[Listing: 550 20th Street by David Carter of Brown Harris Stevens]

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Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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