The house at 326A isn’t your run-of-the-mill brownstone. It and its two neighbors, built by John C. Bushfield in the Renaissance Revival Style in 1886, are clad in marble. The insides are eye-catching too, with low marble mantels, stained glass, and original wood work. But it’s going to need some work; currently set up as a four family, according to the floor plan, it would probably be easy to reconfigure as an owner’s triplex over a garden rental. Our own Montrose Morris noted that these are most likely the only marble houses in Brooklyn. For $1,250,000, what do you think of it?
326A Decatur Street [Evans & Nye] GMAP P*Shark
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