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Updated4/3/2019
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About this Property
633 2nd Street, Park Slope BrooklynNestled amongst the popular Victorian style townhomes on Park Slopes fabled 2nd Street you will find this unique and expansive 25-foot wide red brick neo-georgian mansion. Just a few strides from famed Prospect Park this home is steeped in history. Originally created as a token of love in 1908 by architect, Thomas O'Connor for his bride, only four owners have called 633 2nd Street home since. Walk up the original marble steps and enter through the homes stately front doors with leaded glass windows to be greeted by dueling sitting rooms, an open and spiraling center staircase and a great room with working fireplace, 10 foot ceilings all while illuminated by 16 glass panels that make up the bay window in the formal dining room. Comprised of three stories over an English basement, cherished original details can be found throughout that will please the most discerning. Climb the center stair to the second floor landing and find a large billiards room with 12 foot ceilings, full height windows and wood burning fireplace, a master suite with large bath and sewing room. Make your way to the third floor where you will find another four bedrooms and one full bath and a half bath. Located on the stunning park block of 2nd Street near popular transportation and world class dining and shopping the North Slope is known for. Showing by appointment only.
Details
  • Status:No Longer Available
  • Size:4127 Sq Ft
  • Type:House
  • ID:5635729
  • Tax:1336
  • Year Built:1910
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