Valentine’s Day may have just passed but the backyard of this Gowanus townhouse looks romantic for any day of the year. Decked out with greenery, tea lights and a mini guest house, it’s a nice perk to the historic brick three-bedroom, two-bathroom triplex townhouse at 112 14th Street. The $1.495 million pad is plenty charming inside, too, with exposed brick walls, four fireplaces and high ceilings throughout.
You enter onto the second floor of the home, which holds a spacious living room with two fireplaces. There’s extra space here for an entertainment area or another dining room, according to the listing. The ground-floor level holds the dining room (with yet another fireplace) and an open kitchen.
Even the ground-floor bathroom charms, with its cast iron clawfoot freestanding tub and an adjacent sunroom with washer and dryer.
From the lower floor, you have access to the private, south facing backyard. Toward the rear, there’s an adorable, one-of-a-kind guest “house” which is really just an extra bedroom.
The third floor’s current layout holds a master bedroom suite with a walk-through closet, fireplace and full bathroom. According to the listing, it this floor could be converted to hold two bedrooms instead of one.
This home is located adjacent to a few different neighborhoods. Park Slope is to the east, while Red Hook is located just west over the BQE. A fifteen minute walk south will take you to Greenwood. Charm and convenience look good on this townhouse property.
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Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s
Neighborhoods : Gowanus