For those who can swing the monthly scratch, this four-story townhouse at 106 Garfield Place in Park Slope has a number of interesting architectural elements, including a uniquely formatted open kitchen and Queen Anne facade. There’s an enviable library and back deck and a number of original details alongside the modern updates.
In the way of period notes, the home has three decorative mantels, parquet floors, plaster details on the lower and upper levels and a standout exterior with dog leg stoop and peaked gable. New perks include remote controlled central air, a Nest thermostat and a subscription ADT security system.
The kitchen has a wide window to the living room and is open to the adjacent dining room. The latter looks out onto a wide wood deck in the rear.
The deck leads down to a nicely landscaped garden with a large brick and bluestone patio, the requisite horizontal fence, and cherry tree.
The third floor contains a sprawling master bedroom with its own fireplace, dressing area, a washer-dryer in its own closet, and four more closets. A second bedroom on the floor comprises two rooms, one of which has a triple bay of windows.
On the top floor are two more bedrooms, accessible via the hallway as well as via a den between the two. None of the bathrooms are pictured, but the one on this floor has a clawfoot tub, according to the listing.
Down on the garden floor are two more bedrooms. One leads to the garden through a second laundry room. The other contains a decorative mantel and a door to the library, with wall-to-wall bookshelves. There are 3.5 bathrooms.
A gaggle of deep pocketed roommates might be a good fit for the space, or perhaps a large family who prefers to rent rather than own in the area. It’s worth noting the floor plan has a few quirks that might impede sharing — namely that the two laundry rooms, as well as the library, are en suite to bedrooms.
The home, which is not within the Park Slope Historic District, is four blocks from the Union Street R station and, according to the listing, zoned for coveted P.S. 321. Incidentally, the property is owned by an LLC (not Dixon), which bought it last year for $3.495 million.
Brown Harris Stevens’ David Carter has the listing, which is asking $11,500 a month. Like it?
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