Located within the proposed extension of the Boerum Hill Historic District, this charming, three-story Greek Revival has a number of well maintained original details and a nice renovation. Located at 238 Wyckoff Street, it’s configured as a two-family, with a garden studio beneath an upper duplex.
The home’s well-maintained facade transitions from stone on the garden level apartment to brick on the upper duplex, with a charming wrought iron fence.
Inside, the parlor boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, parquet floors, a black marble mantel and pocket doors. Wonderfully intricate crown moldings with a foliate design also stand out.
The kitchen has wood floors and enough room to be eat-in. It leads out under a transom to the deck, which has a retractable awning. The stone-paved garden has two trees — a Japanese Maple and Crape Myrtle.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has a fireplace and walk-in closet with a skylight. There’s central air, and the pictured bathroom appears renovated and modern, with a colorful vanity.
Historic details can also be found on the garden floor, including a white marble mantel. One half has parquet floors and the other, in the kitchen, has what appears to be tile. The basement is currently in use as a workshop, according to the listing, although it’s unclear if it’s finished.
The home last sold in 2009 for $1.5165 million and is 6.5 blocks from the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center station.
Listed by Nooklyn’s Heather Yampolsky and Talya Chalef, the home is asking $3.085 million. Interested?
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