This ivy-covered Victorian townhouse in the heart of Boerum Hill at 437 Warren Street offers original details with modern updates and a grand garden.
These include wide-plank floors, extra tall arched windows, a bathroom with penny tile, updated mechanicals, new roof and skylights.
The kitchen is particularly charming, with open shelving, marble counters, a 1920s-style farmhouse sink and white subway tile.
But perhaps the biggest draw is the garden, which extends in front of and a full 50 feet behind the property. The yard is a fragrant delight, with honeysuckle, wisteria, clematis, yellow magnolia, and Japanese lilac in lovely profusion.
Currently used as a single-family, the house has plenty of office and storage space, including the entire garden floor, which has been opened up and contains one of three bathrooms. The floor would also be easy enough to convert to an income-producing rental with the addition of a kitchen.
The house happens to be nearby to a few movie stars, including Bobby Cannavale, Rose Byrne and Ethan Hawk.
Celebrities aside, the neighborhood has much to offer, with fine dining available at restaurants like the Black Mountain Wine House and Rucola, the restaurants of Smith Street, and such Court Street standouts as Joya and June. Also nearby are the Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club, Brooklyn Boulders and Barclays Center.
Listed by Douglas Elliman broker Angie Chait, it is asking $2.599 million.