Here’s a 19th century brick row house with some original details on one of Carroll Gardens’ coveted front-garden blocks. A wide one at 21 feet, it’s at 36th 4th Place, between Clinton and Henry streets.
It’s got a four-family Certificate of Occupancy but is currently set up as a two-family, according to the listing, with a two-bedroom apartment on the garden level and a triplex above. There are some quirks to the layout, though — like tiny bedrooms in the rental and a second kitchen on the top floor of the triplex. So some rejiggering is likely in order for the next owner, with a number of layout possibilities.
The house has been renovated, or the triplex has at least; it offers built-in storage closets on the center-staircase landing, central air and a swank kitchen with a Viking stove and a panel-doored refrigerator.
There’s a wood-burning marble fireplace and a tin ceiling in there as well; elsewhere there are more tin ceilings, crown moldings and oak floors.
The rear garden is nicely landscaped, with a wooden deck in front and a stone patio with a shade tree in the rear. At the moment it’s accessible only from the garden rental.
Listed by Sal “Cappi” Capozucca and Victoria Capozucca of Brown Harris Stevens, the house is asking $3.495 million. What do you think of it?
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