The prices on these standalone houses south of Prospect Park have certainly crept up in the last few years, but this one seems to have most everything you could want. Designed in 1901 by John J. Petit, according to the listing, it has a dramatic staircase, fireplaces, wood work, stained glass, a shingled loggia, and a cute vintage kitchen with a red Chambers stove.
There are more than four bedrooms and plenty of bathrooms. The third floor is set up as an apartment with its own kitchen (and mini-split A/C), which the listing calls “guest quarters” since it’s a single family house. There is also a two-car garage and plenty of yard.
One thing to note: It’s very close to the railroad tracks. What do you think of it and the ask of $1,999,000?