For $5.6M, the perfect Park Slope brownstone, from the bay windows to the backyard
Image credit rating: Allyson Lubow
Constructed in 1888 by architect William Flanagan as one of 10 4-tale townhomes with curving bay windows, 854 President Road is amongst the prettiest households in historic Park Slope. Located a block from Prospect Park, the two-family home, asking $5,600,000, is the photo of Brooklyn brownstone magnificence. Although modernized with central air, up to date electrical wiring, and plumbing, the 4,200-sq.-foot, 6-bedroom home’s interiors offer a wealth of exquisite interval depth.
The vintage brownstone’s 20-foot width allows for a gracious floor prepare. Rooms are framed by superior ceilings with plaster moldings, bay windows, parquet floors, restored woodwork, inlaid mom-of-pearl detailing, stained glass windows, functioning pocket doors and shutters, and authentic hearth mantels.
On the first flooring, the grandest rooms are the front parlor/dwelling room and spacious official eating area with a wonderfully-restored mahogany breakfront. Tucked into an extension is a sunny eat-in kitchen with current appliances and granite counter tops.
On the upcoming ground is a sprawling major suite. Rooms have chandelier-deserving ceilings with ornate plaster moldings and bay home windows. Off the most important bedroom are restored original mahogany dressing rooms with operating sinks. A substantial total tub is gentle-stuffed and charming, highlighted by stained glass, clean up, white penny tiles, and a elegant pedestal sink. A second bed room on this flooring has a ornamental hearth and crisp, white-painted wooden flooring.
On the home’s best ground are 3 far more bedrooms and a laundry home.
However it is legally a two-loved ones dwelling, the townhouse is currently staying applied as a single-relatives dwelling. The backyard floor is prepared to perform as a individual apartment for rental money or as a home office environment or guest suite. Below you’ll come across a charming entrance parlor, a sunny kitchen area with cornflower blue cabinetry and a operating fire, a significant bed room with an en-suite bath, and a independent powder room.
A effortless mud area is tucked into the extension. From this floor, access the home’s backyard, completely ready for gardening and entertaining, complete with a perimeter of raised planting beds.
[Listing details: 854 President Street by Debra Bondy, David Cobell, and Jason Knight of Compass]
Picture credit history: Allyson Lubow
854 President Road, townhouses
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