Here’s a Bed Stuy brownstone that’s been gut renovated and done up with some interesting design touches, more distinctive than found in the average flip. The long-running flipper outfit Massada is behind this one, which sits at 754 Putnam Avenue in Stuy Heights.
The house offers a four-bedroom triplex over garden rental, with a finished basement accessible only from the owner’s unit. The triplex has an open plan parlor floor; a full-floor master suite with a walk-in closet, master bath and extra room; and three additional bedrooms on the top floor.
A few mantles and stained glass windows remain, but other than that everything is new, down to the wide-plank white oak floors. The vibe is bright and modern, with exposed brick, spa-style baths with freestanding tubs and glass-walled showers, a steel-railed open staircase, and an entrance foyer laid out with an eclectic assortment of cement tiles.
The kitchen is awash in multi-toned reclaimed wood, found on the cabinet fronts, in the center island and on the desk and open shelves on the opposite wall. Beyond it is a deck, with steps down to a backyard laid out with Bluestone slates in a geometric pattern and raised planting beds.
There’s a video intercom system and a Smart Split heating and cooling system.
Listed by Elliot Nicks, the house wants $2.675 million — not a timid ask. It’s on view at an open house Sunday from 12:30 to 2:30. Worth a look?
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