Here’s a low key but charming brick row house in Gowanus close to the Park Slope border. It doesn’t look like the type of property that was ever brimming with high-end luxuries such as burled hardwoods and the renovation doesn’t look too recent, but it’s still very attractive and there are plenty of original details such as moldings and floors.
We’re guessing from the floor plan it may have been built as three railroad apartments originally. In any case, it’s 21 feet wide and currently set up as three floor-through units that are actually condos.
The listings says it’s “in excellent condition structurally, mechanically and cosmetically.” It’s located on a fairly busy street, 9th Street between 3rd and 4th avenues. What do you think of it for $2,000,000?