Park Slope Brownstone and Three More to See This Weekend, Starting at $1.375 Million


    It’s going to be another nice weekend, and all of our open houses are in close proximity to Prospect Park. Located in Park Slope, Prospect Park South, and Windsor Terrace, one could use some updating.

    To begin, we have a 20-foot wide Park Slope brownstone with a brick facade designed by architect John E. Dwyer in 1891. The Romanesque Revival townhouse is currently configured as a triplex over a garden rental, and a handsome renovation of the home restored its remaining original details, including double doors, shutters, crown molding, stained glass transoms and skylights. The mantel of the wood-burning fireplace is a period piece not original to the house, and there’s also plenty of tasteful modern additions where original features weren’t salvageable, including lots of custom Brazilian cherry millwork. The garden unit has parquet floors.

    Up next, a standalone Prospect Park South single-family from 1903. The wood frame home’s interior appears to be in wonderful shape, and the front porch and facade look tidy too. The back garden is not pictured — although it does feature a two-car garage, with room for another four cars in the driveway, according to the listing. There’s a breakfast room off the renovated kitchen that has bay windows and a renovated basement with extra storage. The home was most recently purchased just two years ago for $2 million.

    The first of two Windsor Terrace properties, this one is a Beaux-Arts brick barrel-fronted three-story with parquet floors, bay windows, moldings, pocket doors and exposed brick. Configured as a two-family, it consists of two floor-through apartments over an “unfinished basement” that includes a full bath. Decorative columns divide the parlors, and both kitchens are in need of a serious cosmetic update.

    Finally, and sticking in Windsor Terrace, we have an early 20th century single-family brick townhouse that needs some updating. But the price reflects the fact. Despite the necessary aesthetic changes, the original details in this three-story appear to be in solid condition, including inlaid parquet wood floors, wainscoting and two skylights. There’s also a finished basement with a full bath.

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    548 2nd Street
    Price: $4 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Compass (Libby, Maria and Joe Ryan)
    Sunday 12-1:30pm
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    125 Stratford Road
    Price: $2.879 million
    Area: Prospect Park South
    Broker: Corcoran (Roslyn Huebener)
    Saturday and Sunday 12:30-2pm
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    576 Prospect Avenue
    Price: $2.199 million
    Area: Windsor Terrace
    Broker: Corcoran (Kristin and Kelly Neinast)
    Friday 12-1pm and Sunday 2:30-4pm
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    17 Kermit Place
    Price: $1.375 million
    Area: Windsor Terrace
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Steven M. Roman and Sharon Burroughs)
    Sunday 12-2pm
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