234 8th Avenue

Cool Listings, Historic Homes, Park Slope

234 8th Avenue, Cool Listings, Park Slope, Historic Homes, Neo-federalist house, Neergaard House, Townhouse, Brooklyn Townhouse for Sale, Brooklyn Historic Homes, Prospect Park

Built in 1913 by Charles Neergaard, a patriarch of the family who founded the neighborhood mom-and-pop pharmacy of the same name in the late 19th century (with two locations, Neergaard Pharmacy is the oldest family-owned drugstore in Brooklyn), this Neo-Federalist home at 234 Eighth Avenue has a lot going for it. For one, it’s a block from Prospect Park. It’s on a corner lot. And, probably best of all in a neighborhood dubbed “No Place to Park Slope,” it comes with private curb-cut driveway parking. All of this is tangential to the fact that this is a 4,000-square-foot renovated 1913 townhouse in perfect condition in one of the most coveted parts of north Park Slope.

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