Prospect-Lefferts Gardens

Interiors, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens

historic Brooklyn architecture, 66 Midwood Street, Peter Yost, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Romanesque Revival townhouse

When you’ve traveled the world making documentaries about topics ranging from the “greening” of Big Oil to life in North Korea, you’re probably a little hard to impress. So this circa 1898 Romanesque Revival townhouse really must have made an impression on filmmaker Peter Yost. He and his wife snatched up the circa 1898 house at 66 Midwood Street in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens for $2.3 million according to city records, coming in over the $1,975,000 listing price. The five-bedroom house has been renovated to both preserve its historic elements and provide updated, modern amenities.

Ogle all of the home’s period details