House of the Day: 375 16th Street

We are charmed by this two-family brick row house in South Slope. There is lots of curb appeal with historic details out front, and inside plenty of original floors, doors, moldings and fireplaces. The kitchens and baths have been tastefully updated with bead board similar to what would have been there originally.

It’s set up as a duplex over a rental. And while it’s not huge (we estimate it’s about 2,632 square feet) it seems reasonably priced for the Slope at $1,800,000. Do you agree?

375 16th Street [Brooklyn Properties] GMAP

5 Comment

  • I’m gonna watch this sale closely…. Great block, PS10 school, above 7th Avenue. Ask is about $400k over peak bubble prices. To think these homes were going for under $300k in “96

  • Very nice. I would have gone to the OH if this post had gone up before the OH, which apparently was yesterday.

  • It all depends on how one defines “reasonable”. Though I’d pay a premium to live near Slopey.

  • reasonably priced, but the foundation was cracked, and the basement was full of water. very cute house though.

  • All the basements in the neighborhood were flooded after the beating the recent rain caused. Bad luck to have the open house with the basement inundated. Crack in the foundation is a concern. With the wood frame houses in the area pushing $1.6-$1.8 I’d say the price is good for a brick structure. Are the renters leaving?