Here’s a picture-perfect Greek Revival-Italianate hybrid that’s spacious and updated, with details and a two-zone central air system. Built circa the 1850s, it’s a one-family located at 58 Tompkins Place in the Cobble Hill Historic District.
There’s a wood-burning fireplace in the large living room, which also boats two floor-to-ceiling windows. If you’re a bibliophile, there’s what the floorplan calls a library, which has a significant amount of built-in shelving, plus a window bench and wood mantel.
While space-hogging, the curling center-stair also stands out, along with other details such as acanthus moldings and plaster ceiling medallions.
Checkered floors can be found in the English basement, which is below-grade according to PropertyShark and the Certificate of Occupancy. If true, it means that the bedroom on the floorplan is not legal.
The airy kitchen has a long center island with room for bar stools, plus newish appliances and a built-in speaker system. The bathrooms are all custom, according to the listing, but since there are none pictured it’s hard to be sure.
According to the listing, the mechanicals are “very 2018,” although it’s unclear when they’re actually from.
Bill Sheppard and Richard Naley of Brown Harris Stevens have the listing for $4.65 million. Would you live here?
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