Updated2/18/2019
Added2/18/2019

Rare And Stately Stuyvesant Heights Townhouse

About this Property
This Stuyvesant Avenue townhouse is part of a row of homes that rarely hit the market. Built in 1899 by the renowned and prolific Brooklyn builder, Walter Clayton, the home has been in the same family since the ‘70s and has retained practically all of its original details, drool-worthy woodwork and wainscoting, high plaster ceilings, original wood floors (with intact inlays), stained glass window transoms, a showstopping Parlor floor, detailed wood ceiling, and a stunning Pier mirror. The number of details and surprises in this home are unbelievable, including the original back staircase, paneled dressing room in the master bedroom, and 7 original mantles, three of which house a working gas fireplace. The 2-family residence is configured as an owner's lower-triplex with a rental on the top floor. The home has the size and flexibility to be configured to your needs. Bring your architect and start planning your future in this warm and beautiful home that will undoubtedly become a backdrop for memorable gatherings with families and friends for years to come. FIRST SHOWINGS BY APPOINTMENT WILL BE – 2/24/19
Details
  • Status:No Longer Available
  • Size:4300 Sq Ft
  • Type:Townhouse
  • Tax:480
  • Year Built:1899
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