You can rock on the front porch of this $2.5M Windsor Terrace townhouse all summer long

Posted On Wed, April 27, 2022 By

Posted On Wed, April 27, 2022 By In Cool Listings, Windsor Terrace

Photo credit: Melanie Greene, Greenehouse NYC

Situated between South Slope and Windsor Terrace, with Prospect Park just two blocks away, this lovely little brick townhouse at 23 Fuller Place is one of a picturesque row of homes with Doric-columned front porches that have remained virtually unchanged since the 1910s. The 2,430-square-foot home, on the market for $2,500,000, spans three floors and boasts a finished basement, a charming back terrace, and a rare front porch.

Inside you’ll find original details like inlaid parquet floors, oak paneling, stained glass transom windows, and plaster medallions. On the parlor floor, the foyer opens onto a double parlor anchored by an elegant center stair hall.

The front living room is cozy and bright, set back from the street behind a stained glass-topped picture window. The center hall forms a separate space for entertaining, conversation–or a baby grand piano.

A spacious, light-filled eat-in kitchen features exposed brick, wood cabinets, and stainless steel appliances. Sliding glass doors open onto a sprawling outdoor deck that wraps around the side of the house, perfect for summer BBQs and al fresco dining. Past the kitchen is a separate formal dining room that’s big enough for dinner parties.

On the skylit second floor are the home’s three bedrooms. A full bath has classic details like black-and-white tile flooring and a vintage basin.

The primary bedroom is framed by bay windows and boasts two closets, a seating area–and a safe built in to one wall. There’s also room on this floor for the addition of a second bath.

A large finished basement is a treasure trove of extra space. Currently occupying this floor are an office, a media room, an exercise area, a full bath with shower, a laundry room, and storage rooms. There’s also access to a storage area under the front porch that’s perfect for garden supplies and bikes.

The home is set back from the street and offers the fabulous perk of a front porch to while away a sunny afternoon or chat with a neighbor. The F/G trains stop nearby, and Prospect Park and Green-Wood Cemetery are two blocks away.

[At Compass by Lisa Garcia]


Photo credit: Melanie Greene, Greenehouse NYC

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