362A 14th Street

Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos courtesy of Russ Ross Photography

Though it was built in 1899, this Park Slope townhouse has undergone a renovation that’s left it with a modern and minimalist aesthetic, which blends beautifully with the existing architecture like beamed ceilings and exposed brick walls. There are two duplex apartments, both with outdoor space. The owner’s unit has three bedrooms and access to the backyard, while the garden-floor unit has two bedrooms and a terrace. It’s asking $3,294,000.

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Cool Listings, Interiors, Park Slope

362A 14th Street, living room, Brooklyn, park slope, rental

This Park Slope townhouse at 362A 14th Street is less Brooklyn brownstone and more downtown Manhattan loft. That’s because the whole building has undergone a total renovation, modernizing the fixtures and revealing those exposed bricks and ceiling beams. The property hit the market way back in 2011, asking $2.1 million, sold later that year for $2 million, and is now trying its hand on the rental market asking $8,750 a month.

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