Sales will launch and listings will go up this week for four luxury homes in South Slope’s 192 15th Street, Compass listing agent Gabriele Sewtz told Brownstoner. The newly constructed walk-up building is sandwiched by the area’s traditional crop of historic wood frame and brick houses. Units have 11-foot ceilings and four-inch-wide oak plank floors.
The loft-like homes will range in price from $1,495,000 to $2,295,000, she said. Luxury features include central A/C, heated bathroom floors, oversized showers and tubs, and Pella windows.
Kitchens include custom Italian cabinets, three-door refrigerators and self-cleaning ovens. All residences come with outdoor space — either a rooftop terrace, paved backyard access or private balcony.
Two of the four units are two-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex penthouses with roof decks. (And one has a balcony to boot.) The other two units both have three bedrooms.
One has two baths, a backyard and a balcony. The other has a balcony and yard space in the front.
The building also has bike storage. The site was an empty lot for decades, old tax photos reveal.
Compass agent Janelle James will co-market the listings with Sewtz. (Disclosure: Compass is an advertiser on Brownstoner.)
The building under construction in June. Photo by Christopher Bride for PropertyShark
The empty lot at 192 15th Street in January 2013. Photo by Google Maps
[Photos: Compass, except where noted]
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