When you think “historic Brooklyn brownstone,” this restored Park Slope home is likely to at least come close to what’s on your mind–and more likely to hit a bullseye. Perfectly-preserved flourishes and original details frame every room, including decorative moldings, original oak floors and Lincrusta wallcoverings, adding up to elegance you don’t usually find in such flawless condition.
Yet there’s nothing old-fashioned about daily life in this five-bedroom, 3,680-square-foot triplex currently seeking tenants at $15,000 a month. You’ll get zoned central air and heat, a laundry room with a washer/dryer, a kitchen that’s ready for cooking and entertaining a crowd, baths filled with luxurious details, and countless other ways this pretty period piece has been optimized for modern life.
Once you’re up the tall stoop, enter the gracious foyer on the parlor floor and through original pocket doors. The large living room with fireplace, original wall sconces and a lovely bay window topped with a stained glass transom is complemented by wedding-cake molding and an elegant chandelier.
Through another set of pocket doors is a dining room, where you’ll find a breathtaking floor-to-ceiling, built-in breakfront cabinet and windows looking out on the garden.
The long, windowed galley kitchen is the kind of space you’d want to spend lots of time in with heated marble floors, granite countertops, a skylight, a Viking four range gas cook top, Bosch dishwasher, SubZero fridge and pot-filler.
Up one flight, a vast master bedroom of nearly 400 square feet boasts original shutters, a decorative fireplace and a customized dressing room/closet with lots of built-ins. The en suite bathroom is “awash in marble” and lots of custom cabinetry.
A second bedroom and bathroom with radiant heated floors is also on this floor. Three more bedrooms are on the third floor; the smallest could be well-suited for use as an office or dressing room. The two larger bedrooms are joined by a pocket door.
The third floor is also home to a dedicated laundry room with an oversized LG washer/dryer and a spacious green marble bathroom with a skylight and heated floors.
Available for a July 1st move-in date, this flawless triplex gives you over 3,500 square feet of luxury living while indulging your inner history buff, all in prime Park Slope, less than two blocks from Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, subways people don’t hate, and other reasons to actually leave the house (though you might not want to.).
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Neighborhoods : Park Slope