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About this Property
Majestic Mansion in Park Slope ​Grand Renaissance Revival Mansion in Park Slope Presiding over the prime core of Park Slope at the intersection of Eighth Avenue and Union Street, this majestic Renaissance Revival brownstone mansion is endowed with a rich and storied past. One of its first owners was the pioneering physician and surgeon H. Beeckman Delacourt (d. 1930), a member of the Montauk Club who mingled with the motley crew of figures - both famous and infamous - that graced turn​-​of​-​the​-​century​ New York​. In the early 1900s, the good doctor's neighbors along this stretch of Eight​h​ Avenue, adjacent to what was known as Sportsmen's Row, included titans of horse racing, empresarios of Vaudeville and Coney Island, and prominent manufacturing families, not to mention Tammany Hall mayor William Gaynor, and the powerful Pinkerton family of private detectives. Today, this rarely available 20.5'-wide, five-story architectural gem, configured as offices on ​the ​ground level and four sprawling floor-through apartments, with updates such as tax-abated solar panels, offers infinite possibilities to both the luxury nest seeker and investor. Begin your chapter of Brooklyn history in this spectacular grand residence. Showing by appointment. Exclusively represented by Maria Vitagliano 347.227.8998 , Ideal Properties Group
Details
  • Status:No Longer Available
  • Type:Townhouse
  • ID:S930232841
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