Here’s a fine figure of an Italianate brownstone, a late 19th century number with plenty of intact details and tasteful updating. Built circa 1869, it’s at 403 Clermont Avenue, in the Fort Greene Historic District.
Twenty feet wide and roughly 41 feet deep, it offers a triplex over a garden rental. The triplex is an above-average living space, with a lovely, high-ceilinged parlor floor, offering a living room with floor-to-ceiling windows with a vertical pier mirror in between, an ornate, carved marble mantel (one of six in the house), elaborate ceilings and an arched set of pocket doors leading to the kitchen.
Said kitchen is a spacious one, with a lengthy stone-topped island, a wine fridge, another floor to ceiling window and a door leading to a small balcony.
With approximately 3,280 square feet, there are five bedrooms above, with three large windows and wide-ish plank oak flooring in the front bedroom.
There’s central air conditioning and a rear garden accessible from the duplex via a spiral staircase, with a bluestone patio.
Listed by Vicki Negron of Corcoran, the house wants $3 million. What do you think?
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