There’s something intriguing about this $1.5 million two-family townhouse at 326 15th Street in Park Slope. The home almost looks like an upscale tool shed with wood everywhere you look: wooden built-ins, wooden beams, hardwood floors. But with the right owner and enough tender love and care, this 1,800 square-foot beauty could be a dream home in the making. Built around 1899, and available for the first time in 35 years, it can be yours for $1.5 million.
The house is currently set up as an owner’s triplex with a basement. The garden level features a bare-bones kitchen that opens to a living and dining area. Out back, there’s a shady a large sunny backyard with plenty of shady trees, just waiting to host your next party.
The parlor level has a living room with a bay window overlooking the street. There’s also a bedroom with a fireplace, and an office. Two more bedrooms are on the third floor, along with laundry facilities.
326 15th Street sits on a tree-lined block between 6th and 7th Avenues, which means it’s near all of Park Slope‘s hottest shopping and dining destinations. If you’re looking to make some extra money, the home can easily be converted to include an income suite. And best of all, Prospect Park is just blocks away.
Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group
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Neighborhoods : Park Slope