Condo Conversion in Landmarked Park Slope Brownstone Launches Sales


A condo conversion in a landmarked brownstone at 777 Carroll Street in Park Slope hit the market this month with three units over four floors. Architect Benjamin Ellis oversaw the renovation, which sought to preserve as many original details as possible.

Unit 1 is a three-bedroom, three-bath garden and parlor floor duplex asking $2,650,000. It has original herringbone floors in a 26-foot living room, according to the listing. Unit 2 is a two-bedroom apartment with a marble bathroom asking $999,999. Unit 3 is a two-bedroom, 1.5-bath apartment with exclusive roof rights, priced at $1,200,000. Douglas Elliman is handling sales.

The current owner, an LLC, bought the building in May for $2,764,000.

More pictures after the jump! GMAP


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