This three-story brick townhouse is nestled on a charming street of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, the Brooklyn neighborhood east of Prospect Park. 88 Midwood Street also has some nice surprises inside, like carved woodwork, a big wood burning fireplace and a bonus sunroom. If you’re on the hunt for a lovely Brooklyn townhouse with some historic details still in tact—and have $2.399 million to spare—look no further.
The listing doesn’t offer many images of the interior, but we can gleam that the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home boasts details like moldings and the original parquet floors. The parlor floor, however, is the center of the home, with its massive brick fireplace and a prominent carved wood staircase.
Although many of the historic townhouses in this neighborhood are limestone, this block of Midwood—located right off Prospect Park—also boasts some brick architecture.
One big perk of this property? It comes with a separate brick garage with parking for as many as three cars. There’s a backyard, adjacent to the garage, as well.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Prospect-Lefferts Gardens