Here’s a choice Prospect Lefferts Gardens limestone on a prime block, at 133 Maple Street between Bedford and Rogers. A landmarked one-family designed by prolific Brooklyn Axel Hedman in 1909, it’s in good shape and has some desirable original details.
Those include intricate crown moldings, decorative mantels, pocket doors, banisters, ornamental plaster, wainscoting and other original woodwork.
It’s got two floors of living space. The kitchen is housed in an extension, with a living room, den and formal dining room all on the same floor.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, including a king-sized master with bay windows and a fireplace. The original pass-through leading back to the second bedroom is intact, according to the listing, with a bank of closets and a pair of sinks. The second bedroom is also quite large, though the third one’s diminutive.
The unfinished basement’s got a separate entrance, windows and high ceilings, the listing claims. There’s a small garden out back.
Listed by Century 21 brokers Ali Tom and Gamal Hasan, the house is asking $2.295 million. How do you like it?
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