This classic Italianate brownstone in Carroll Gardens has a mix of both original details and updates. Located at 379 Clinton Street, it has a bracketed cornice that frames the front of the home, an ornamental door hood at the entrance with a rounded pediment and bracketed keystone.
It’s a 16.5 foot-wide, three-family that’s currently configured as two one-bedroom rentals above an owners duplex. Double glass doors with a transom window open into a hallway with a mahogany staircase, not shown in photos. According to the listing, it’s illuminated by a skylight at the top.
The photos are mostly of the parlor level, which has 11-foot ceilings, and walls that were removed to open up the whole length of the floor through to a dining room. The parlor has a wood-burning fireplace with a marble mantel and some original moldings. Unfortunately, there are no pictures of kitchens or baths, but there is a floor plan that suggests there’s an abundance of built-in storage on the two-bedroom garden level.
From the dining room, two sets of French doors lead to a balcony, with spiral stairs down to the garden that is planted with ivy. The master bedroom on the garden floor is spacious, with a ton of closet space and an en suite bath.
According to the ACRIS information, the building has been in the same family since 1979. It’s asking $3.35 million, with taxes of $6,746. Sarah Chamberlin and Kirsten Syrett of Compass are the listing agents. Do you think it will sell for ask?
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