- Beds 6
- Baths 3.5
- sq. ft 4,202
- Status For Sale
- Year Built 1894
About This Property
With only two owners this historic treasure, built in 1894 has so much charm to adore and some to restore. Carve your own story and pass on the history as part of your legacy with this Prime Park Slope Townhouse.
Highlighted historical mentions can be found in the “Brownstoner” and “The New Yorker Magazine’s, Curbed” section. This home offers a visionary/buyer the opportunity to immediately move-in and cherish the well preserved, handcrafted charm and character unique to townhouses of this period —or— completely reimagine the majestic space with modern upgrades to fit your own personal style.
The core building is four stories high, is 20’ wide and 45’ deep and sits on a 20’ X 95’ lot
With an 11’ extension on both the garden and parlor levels it offers 4,202 square feet of living.
Currently configured as a 5 bedroom/2 bathroom upper triplex and
a recently renovated 1.5 bedroom /1.5-bathroom garden rental plus a full basement.
Located in the heart of central Park Slope and zoned for P.S. 321.
This house is a block from Prospect Park and a short jaunt to a cluster of landmarks, including Grand Army Plaza [home to the farmers market on Saturdays], Brooklyn’s Central Library, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and the Brooklyn Museum. Shopping and dining outside your neighborhood is optional with Micheline-rated restaurants, the best bars, restaurants, and cafes and boutique shops on 7th Avenue and 5th Avenue.
Park Slope has always been one of Brooklyn’s most coveted neighborhoods to call home.