This standalone five-bedroom house with a porch, at 82 Stratford Road in Prospect Park South, is an Edwardian neo-Tudor rich with dark wood paneling and other Arts and Crafts details.
Bought by an LLC in 2014, the house — which sits on a trapezoidal lot at the corner of Stratford Road and Church Avenue — is newly renovated and restored from top to bottom.
There’s a ton of space, including a vast and fetching first floor that includes a foyer, kitchen, a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, a den with a distinctive ribbed ceiling and a dining room with a wall of French doors leading to a patio. There’s stained and leaded glass, pocket doors, coffered ceilings, and new oak parquet floors.
The kitchen’s got cabinetry that extends the dark-wood theme, quartz countertops, a Sub-Zero fridge and a six-burning Viking range.
Upstairs are five bedrooms, including a large master with an en suite marble bath with a glass-walled shower and a freestanding tub.
The basement is finished, and holds a laundry room. There’s three-zone heating and cooling with Nest thermostats, and the grassy lawn in the rear has an automatic watering system.
Being right off Church Avenue this isn’t the most bucolic lot in Prospect Park South, but the locale does put the park fairly close at hand.
Listed by Laura Rozos of Corcoran, the house is asking $3.25 million, no small sum. Think it’s worth it?
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