Updated5/30/2019
Added4/24/2019
About this Property
Built in 1891 by developer and architect Ervin G. Gollner, 295 Sixth Street sits in the middle of a quiet tree-lined Park Slope block. The faade of this brick and brownstone Queen Anne townhouse is graced with an elegant two-story angled bay with classically inspired pressed metal columns. This legal 3-family home is configured with three sunny floor-through apartments, and could be easily used as a 2-family or single-family home. There are three exposed brick fireplaces with antique cast iron fronts and the original staircase is intact. South facing windows bring light deep into the house all day long. The garden apartment steps out onto a large backyard, which is a sunny and tranquil oasis from the bustle of Brooklyn. Theres room to expand the house by up to 1,000 square feet, with a rooftop addition and/or an extension into the backyard. The F/G/R subways are just three short blocks away, and the Old Stone House Park and Prospect Park are close by. Much of Brooklyns best shopping, restaurants, and other amenities are easily accessible (e.g., Whole Foods, Prospect Park, The Bell House, Stone Park Caf, the YMCA, Barbes, and Four and Twenty Blackbirds). Come see this beautiful Brooklyn townhouse and make it your own!
Details
  • Status:No Longer Available
  • Size:2333 Sq Ft
  • Type:Mulit-residential Townhouse
  • ID:5722057
  • Tax:489
  • Year Built:1891
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