This three-story brownstone with roomy gardens fore and aft is attractive and well kept, and sits on a nice Park Slope block near the subway and Prospect Park. It’s got some nice details as well, including woodwork, plaster detailing and, most notably, four marble fireplace mantels in prime condition.
It’s a two-family configured as a single residence. The garden level, which currently holds a family room, a playroom and an office, has a small “snack kitchen” which might be adequate for a tenant who orders out a lot, if you wanted to use this floor as a rental. Or it might not — it’s not pictured, so it’s hard to say.
Speaking of kitchens, the small one upstairs isn’t pictured in full either, which suggests it may need an upgrade. The rest of the parlor floor — comprising a living room and dining room — is in fine shape, though.
Note that the parlor floor lacks a bathroom. There’s no deck, either, which means no garden access in a duplex/rental scenario.
The upstairs holds a large master bedroom that takes light through three front-facing windows, a smaller second bedroom, and a “nursery” that’s ideally suited for a crib, but awfully small for a bed. Only a single bathroom up here — again, not pictured.
There’s laundry in the basement, a new water main and sewer line, and “upgraded” electric.
Listed by Jessica Buchman and Bryan Rettaliata of Corcoran — and showing this Sunday at an open house from 1-2:30 p.m. — the house is asking $2.795 million. We’d bet it will find a buyer before too long — what do you think?
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