$3.4M Park Slope triplex condo has a roof terrace with heavenly views
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$3.4M Park Slope triplex condo has a roof terrace with heavenly views

March 29, 2024

All photos courtesy of Francisco Rosario, DDreps

This impeccably designed, 2,017-square-foot triplex at 390 9th Street is a house-sized apartment in a charming 1920s Arts and Crafts townhouse. It received a thorough renovation by the previous owner, who created unique living spaces–including a fabulous private roof deck–and modern amenities that complement its historic provenance. Located in prime Park Slope just a few blocks from Prospect Park, the condo, asking $3,400,000, has been featured in interior magazines like Elle Decor.

The lowest floor is a light-filled, glamorous living and entertaining zone. Framed by herringbone oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, a wood-burning fireplace, and custom millwork, the living room is an elegant parlor space. Highlights include a multi-zoned sound system and a built-in custom bar.

A vintage marble mantle anchors the kitchen and dining areas. The kitchen is a well-appointed chef’s domain, anchored by marble worktops and a central island. Capable appliances and fixtures include a six-burner Wolf range, a SubZero fridge, and a hefty farmhouse sink. A wall of windows looks out on the neighborhood gardens below.

The home’s second floor holds three bedrooms. On one side, the primary bedroom features a capacious walk-in closet and an ensuite marble-clad bath

On the opposite side of this floor are two more bedrooms, two more baths, and a laundry room. One of these two bathrooms offers a steam shower, and both have radiant-heat floors.

On the highest floor is a dreamy studio, perfect for work or creative endeavors–or for use as a playroom or den. Step outside this rooftop aerie onto your double-sided treetop terrace. Perfect for al fresco dining and entertaining, this outdoor oasis features a grill with a gas line, ipe wood decking–and New York Harbor, downtown Manhattan, and sunset views.

The home’s previous owner had planned to use the entire house as a single-family home but converted the building into a two-unit condominium when faced with an unexpected move away from New York City. A full-home renovation included a new roof, Marvin windows throughout, all new electrical, plumbing, and gas lines, ducted central air conditioning, a newly constructed top-floor bulkhead, and much more.

[Listing details: 390 9th Street Unit A at CityRealty]

[At Compass by Amanda Young, Laura Kawwa, and Adam Fischel]


Photos courtesy of Francisco Rosario, DDreps

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