Halstead’s latest is a four-story row house on Putnam near Stuyvesant that has a good amount of original detail and appears to be freshly renovated. It’s set up as an owner’s triplex over a garden rental.
There’s stained glass, painted wood work, and at least two original mantels. There is a parlor-floor kitchen and an abundance of bathrooms (3.5) in the owner’s triplex, one of which features marble tile and a claw foot tub.
It wasn’t a super high end house to start with, and is a hair less than 19 feet wide, but the renovation looks nice. The house last traded for $550,000 in 2013 to an LLC. There’s an open house scheduled for Sunday from 2:30 to 4 pm.
The ask of $1,800,000 strikes us as aggressive, but given the lack of nicely renovated houses on the market, do you think they’ll get it?