Park Slope townhouse where Al Capone grew up lists for $2.9M

Posted On Thu, June 25, 2020 By

Posted On Thu, June 25, 2020 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Before moving to Chicago as a teenager in 1919, Al Capone lived in Park Slope, in three different townhouses along Park Slope. One of them was this townhouse at 21 Garfield Place. Just listed for $2.9 million (h/t Post), the home today is a three-family with an owner’s duplex and two one-bedroom apartments above, all of which have private outdoor space.

According to the listing:

The savvy buyer can benefit from little overhead and income from two apartments to help offset operating costs. Alternatively, you can also convert this home to a single-family or combine one of the residences to permit even more space for a potential owner’s triplex with one income-producing residence.

The main floor of the owner’s duplex holds a large, sunny living room, dining room space, and a modern kitchen with stainless-steel appliances.

Also on this floor are two bedrooms, both with closets, and one with an en-suite bathroom. There’s also a full bathroom in the hall.

The lower level of the duplex holds a den/rec room, a laundry room, half bathroom, and a third bedroom. This floor also opens to the rear garden.

The second-floor unit has a very large living space, a small galley kitchen with street-facing windows, and a bedroom that opens to a spacious terrace.

The third-floor apartment has the same configuration as the one below, but instead of a terrace, it has access to a roof deck.

The listing says that both apartments “will be delivered vacant unless the interested buyer wants to keep the tenants in place.”

[Listing: 21 Garfield Place by Nadia Bartolucci, Rachel Altschuler, and Ian Murphy of Douglas Elliman]

[Via NY Post]

Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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