This four-story Italianate brick row house is a beaut, with much to recommend it and no glaring flaws. Located at 14 Cambridge Place in Clinton Hill, it offers rich detail, ample space, a practical layout, several outdoor spaces, superior condition and a location on a nice block.
Details include leaded glass, ornate ceilings and crown moldings in the double parlor, several fireplaces, inlaid floors and wall moldings. There’s some lovely carved woodwork as well — note the elaborate wood mantel in the dining room and the finely ornamented piece in the entryway combining a coat rack, a bench, shelves and a mirror.
It’s a gem of a double parlor, all told, with floor-to-ceiling windows in the front, natural door and window moldings and a pair of fireplaces.
Behind it, in what appears to be an addition, sits the kitchen, updated with oak cabinets, stone countertops, a massive Wolf stove, and a SubZero fridge. A single door leads to a deck, with steps down to the yard. It might be nice to open that back wall up, and put in some sliding doors, though there’s a skylight to brighten things.
As currently configured, the house has a pair of studio apartments on the garden level; the owners get a triplex with four bedrooms, two apiece on the top two floors. The bedrooms are good sized, and there’s plenty of closet space and an office. There’s also a second deck off the rear third-floor bedroom.
Like we said, there’s a lot to recommend this place, listed by Corcoran broker Nichole Thompson-Adams. And it’s priced accordingly: $4,000,000 is the ask (okay, a dollar under that).
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