This multi-family townhouse at 633 Macdonough Street in Stuyvesant Heights is an exquisite combination of high-end renovations and beautifully restored details—and green in more ways than one. Fully renovated in 2011 and impeccably maintained, this three-story home features a new EPDM roof with an environmentally-friendly solar array (green #1), an income-producing rental on the top floor (green #2), and your very own garden (green #3).
The owner’s duplex on the garden level opens into a large and lovely living area with a beamed ceiling, gorgeous fireplace and a platformed seating area adding a bit of dimension to the space. That beautiful ceiling continues toward the back of the home where you’ll find a huge custom bluestone and solid oak kitchen with high-end energy efficient appliances, a Harman pellet stove, and a sweet breakfast nook overlooking your very own garden.
Chefs and non-chefs alike will delight in the salad greens, grasses, berries and herbs that have already been planted. With direct access to the outdoor space and a large central island, the kitchen will undoubtedly be a popular gathering destination
The parlor floor is currently configured as a master bedroom plus an artist studio, but the open and flexible floor plan easily lends itself to a second (enormous) bedroom, office or family room. The large and inviting master suite features a walk-in-closet and a stunning full bath with heated stone floor and huge Japanese soaking tub.
The sunny top floor rental apartment offers one-and-a-half bedrooms, updated bath and kitchen, skylights, plus a functional fireplace—and provides some added green to help offset the cost of purchasing the $1.45 million home.
Updated plumbing and electrical, new staircases, solid oak floors throughout, custom Kolbe casement windows, an energy efficient Daikin heating and cooling system, and a suspended sound proof ceiling between apartments are just a few of the additional features that combine to give you the modern conveniences of a condo with the charm of a townhouse.
Located on a tree-lined block and with Saratoga Park just around the corner, this home is convenient to a wide range of transportation options (J/A/C) and a wonderful and growing selection of restaurants and shops, including Manny’s and Bed Stuy Fresh and Local.
Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group
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