If you can swing the down payment for a commercial property, this 19th-century mixed use building in Park Slope is attractive with two nice apartments above and parking for two cars. The two apartments have two bedrooms each and open living space with inlaid herringbone floors. (The building appears to have been remodeled in the 1920s and again more recently.)
Every photo we found — even the 1970s tax photo — shows the gate down on the retail space, so maybe it’s been shuttered for years. Going by the photos in the listing, it appears to be currently used as storage. Maybe the sellers will cut you a deal and throw in the two vintage stoves. (That 1930s Art Deco-Cubist Magic Chef is rare; Vogue editor Sally Singer has one in her apartment in the Chelsea Hotel.)
For $3,499,000, how do you like it?