Here’s yet another Park Slope townhouse with copious original wood work on the parlor floor. Built in 1907, the three-story single family is part of two groups of limestones on both sides of the block designed by architect Arthur R. Koch, which we covered in a Building of the Day last year. The kitchen looks like it could use an update; no word on the bathrooms, which didn’t make the photo cut. Do you think it’s worth the ask of $3,450,000?
584 4th Street [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark
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