This one-family townhouse in Crown Heights has been completely renovated in thoroughly modern style, with contemporary geometric light fixtures, a sleek kitchen and a whole lot of marble.
In addition to being wired up with a home security system, Bose ceiling speakers, master lighting controls and a basement screening area with surround sound, it’s got something not often found in one-family homes: a basement steam room.
A two-story, 1,500-square-foot home with a finished cellar, 793 St. Johns Place has three bedrooms and two baths on the top floor. The en suite master bath has heated marble floors, a tub and a walk-in shower. There’s also a washer-dryer up there — though not much closet space.
Below is the standard open-plan living/dining room and kitchen. The former’s got coffered ceilings, recessed lighting and herringbone wood floors, the latter has a fancy marble island and backsplash, a wine fridge and a refrigerator paneled in white.
There’s a patio off the kitchen that leads down to a lawn with a nice landscaped deck in the rear.
All told, the house will be “a trend setter on what defines first class living in brownstone Crown Heights Brooklyn,” claims the listing, from Corcoran’s Peter Gordenstein.
The home last traded for $280,000 in 2014 to an LLC — after a series of lis pendens warnings.
The new ask is $1.795 million, which works out to be about $1,196 per square foot. What do you think of the now-updated house, and the price?
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