As the listing says, this upper duplex apartment overlooks “the leafy treetops of Park Slope.” Located at 127 Park Place, a lovely brownstone and treelined block of the neighborhood, you do get a good view of Brooklyn from the windows. The interior isn’t too bad either, with high and detailed ceilings, fireplaces, the original wood floors, and plenty of other original details. There’s no outdoor space, but there is potential to build out a roof deck up top.
So how much does it cost to buy up half a historic townhouse? For three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, the price tag comes in at $2.19 million. It’s high, but not too far off given that full townhouses in the neighborhood can go for $4 million.
Here’s another shot of the living room, with its long lines and gorgeous archway. Those ceilings reach an impressive 11 feet!
The living room leads into an open dining room and kitchen. In here, more high ceilings and another fireplace (although this one is decorative). The wall-length kitchen is separated from the dining room by tiled floor, and is accented by a subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. According to the listing, there’s a powder room tucked off this area of the apartment.
The top floor of the apartment holds all three bedrooms. Light comes in on this floor from a skylight in the hallway. The master bedroom comes with another working fireplace, those 11-foot ceilings, and an ensuite bath with an antique clawfoot tub, chandelier, and wainscoting.
The second bedroom (with the dark blue paint) has some extra space, which could be used as a dressing room, closet or office. The third bedroom comes with a large closet. There’s also another bathroom with a walk-in shower, blue tiles and a pedestal sink.
Overall, this townhouse duplex is impressive: lots of unique historic details, and everything looks to be in excellent shape. Plus, it’s hard to deny ceilings that high and views of treetops that charming.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Park Slope