We’ve seen very few Carroll Gardens brownstones whose mid-19th century Italianate details have survived being chopped up into apartments in the 20th century, but 376 Union Street appears to be one of them. It’s not one of the grander Italianates with gigantic proportions and elaborate plasterwork, but all the details appear to be intact, including shutters, wood work, marble mantels and a matching pair of Neo-Grec-style mirrors in the parlor.
The owner’s kitchen looks dated and there are no bathroom photos, but everything (save two cracks on a bedroom wall) appears to be in very good condition. It’s set up as a rental over an owner’s triplex. It’s also centrally located on Union between Hoyt and Smith.
For $2,500,000, it seems like this ought to fly off the shelves. What do you think?