Dreamy duplex in a 19th century Boerum Hill townhouse asks $6,100/month
If you love the historic aesthetic of the Brooklyn brownstone, this Boerum Hill duplex will charm you. It’s located on the top two floors of 433 Pacific Street, a 19th century rowhouse that’s well intact. Any renter willing to pay $6,100 a month will have the benefit of living alongside two working fireplaces with marble mantlepieces, refinsihed original wide-plank floors and the original moldings. The listing says the space boasts “wonderful character,” and we can’t disagree.
The entire apartment spans 1,880 square feet. The living room has separate, comfy nooks–divided by a wide arched entryway–as well as three large windows that look out onto the trees and townhouses of Pacific Street. Then the dining room/kitchen, which boasts its own working fireplace, looks out over the home’s rear garden. The touch of light blue in this space looks perfect for springtime.
The master bedroom, on the top floor, has a bit of exposed brick, which compliments the original wide boarded flooring.
One of the three bedrooms still has the building’s original ceiling beams on display. The third bedroom is currently configured as an office space.
The owner of the townhouse lives on the lower two floors, so any renter will be sharing the building with them. It looks like they’ve taken exceptional care of their townhouse–who wouldn’t want an old house lover as a landlord? The building is located between Bond and Nevins Streets, just a few blocks from the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Atlantic Terminal subway hub.
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