There’s room for your Peloton and plenty of outdoor fun at this $3.3M Park Slope townhouse

Posted On Fri, October 8, 2021 By

Posted On Fri, October 8, 2021 By In Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos courtesy by Kellen Houde of REPN

As the listing says, this townhouse in Park Slope has “the rarest of amenities – a double-wide 37′ garden oasis.” The huge outdoor area has beautiful blue stone landscaping, tiered planting beds, and room for multiple gathering spaces. Inside, the added perks keep coming. Both the dining room addition and the full-floor primary bedroom suite have multiple skylights. There’s also a bonus den and home office, as well as the perfect nook for that Peloton bike. The three-bedroom home is on the market for $3,295,000.

The main entrance is up the stoop on the parlor floor. The formal living room sits behind the bay window, where there’s also a brick hearth. Directly adjacent is the library/den, which features a full wall of custom, floor-to-ceiling built-ins. Not pictured is the home office located off the den.

The floor below also has its own entrance off the front patio. Here, there’s another living room, with a full wall of whitewashed exposed brick and a wood-burning fireplace.

The kitchen is next and features double islands, a wall of built-in storage, a SubZero refrigerator, and a Dacor cooktop and stove. It’s open to the skylight dining room extension.

French doors in the dining room lead to the backyard, which is considerably larger than those of most townhouses.

On the third floor, there are two bedrooms, both with walk-in closets, and a full bathroom.

The fourth floor is entirely devoted to the primary bedroom suite. The room spans the whole footprint of the house and totals 275 square feet, leaving plenty of room for a small home gym overlooking the back garden. The bed sits under two large skylights and a cozy sloped ceiling. There’s another skylight in the big walk-in closet, and there’s also an en-suite bathroom.

The home is located between 5th and 6th Avenues, close to all the best restaurants in Park Slope and also close to Gowanus. The F, G, and R trains are all a short walk away.

[Listing: 427 10th Street by Leslie Marshall, James Cornell, and Ashley V. Banker of The Corcoran Group]

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Listing photos by Kellen Houde of REPN

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