In Park Slope, this three-bedroom co-op needs some work but is rich with original details and decently sized. The unit has lovely woodwork and some delightful built-ins not to mention a wood-burning fireplace. While outside the historic district, the home at 361 4th Street is on a quaint, brownstone-lined block.
It’s located on the top floor of a four-unit, four-story Victorian multifamily with a Romanesque Revival-style brick and brownstone facade. In the front of the apartment, an open kitchen that appears to be in working order looks out onto the bay windowed dining and living room with adjacent alcove. Here there are wood window surrounds, plaster moldings, a wood-burning fireplace and exposed brick.
The walkup has three bedrooms in the rear as well as a windowed home office that would make a fine walk-in closet or even a small fourth bedroom. The master bedroom, originally the dining room, has a built-in, mirrored sideboard and bar. There are seven closets and a washer-dryer in the unit.
The single bathroom is not pictured but the listing implies that it, along with the kitchen, could use some work. The wood floors look they could use refinishing, and a fresh coat of paint throughout the unit probably wouldn’t hurt.
Some prospective owners may wish to restore the unit to its original floor plan, when it was a two-bedroom and the dining room and kitchen were in the rear.
There is basement storage and dogs are allowed upon approval. The co-op is self-managed, and monthly maintenance is $700.
The building is a block from the Old Stone House and Washington Park and a series of play courts in the temporary dead end to 4th Street. It’s 3.5 blocks to Prospect Park, and 6.5 blocks from the F, G, R trains at the 4th Avenue-9th Street stop and the F, G train at the 7th Avenue station.
Corcoran’s Deborah Rieders, Sarah Shuken and Joanna Brown have the listing, which is asking $1.1 million. What do you think, worth it?
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