In Carroll Gardens, here’s a spacious duplex condo spread out over the parlor and garden floors of a four-story row house, with private garden access and a number of original details. Located at 399 Sackett Street, it’s appealing and in a prime location but has characteristics that might not be ideal to some.
Like, for instance, the configuration. The master bedroom is located in the back of the parlor floor and is accessible through the kitchen, which is cramped in the rear/middle parlor.
But this is outweighed by the unit’s winning details, such as the decorative mantel in the living room, along with a ceiling medallion and plaster wall moldings on the parlor level.
Through pocket doors is the eat-in kitchen, which has tin ceilings, an island, some tile floor and room for a dining table. There’s a half bath in the corner, while the aforementioned bedroom in the rear also has an ensuite half bath.
Three more bedrooms and the home’s only full bath are on the garden level. The bedroom in the rear of the garden level has exclusive garden access, and the bedroom in the front has a half bath.
The garden has a paved patio and a large dirt plot, with much of the fencing in need of repair. The unit also includes the cellar, where there is laundry and storage, according to the listing.
The three-unit building is smoke free and only small dogs are allowed, according to the listing. It is located four and a half blocks from the Carroll Street F and G station.
This is a sponsor sale with no board interview required of the buyer, although they will have to pay the transfer tax. Financing may also be difficult due to the extremely small nature of the condominium.
Assaf Nuriel and Benjamin Gernandt at Compass have the listing, which is asking $2.45 million, with $947 common charges and $346 tax a month. What do you think of it?
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