This roomy Second Empire style home on the border of Gowanus and Park Slope offers two high-income rentals or can be reconfigured to suit your creative vision.
The mansard-roofed house with two dormers, located at 199 11th Street, has its original staircase, moldings, a claw-foot bath and a charming circa-1900 wall-hung bathroom sink.
The four-story house is set up as a double duplex with two separate entrances.
The garden floor duplex is configured with living room, a large eat-in kitchen, and a den that could also serve as a bedroom or home office on the first floor. On the parlor floor are two large bedrooms and a small study. An interior staircase joins the two levels.
The top two floors comprise the upper duplex, with a large eat-in kitchen, dining room, living room, and a small den on the third floor. Three sizable bedrooms make up the top floor. The upper duplex contains two bathrooms, one on each level.
It’s close to the F and G trains at the 4th Avenue stop and the D, N, R and W trains at the 9th Street and 4th Avenue stop. The Old Stone House, Whole Foods, Barbès, the YMCA, post office, Rite Aid, and Four & Twenty Blackbirds are also nearby.
Popular nearby schools include P.S. 118, aka the Maurice Sendak Community School, and M.S. 51 middle school.
See the home in person at an open house Tuesday, February 20 from 6 to 7 p.m. Listed by Angela Ruggiero of Brooklyn Bridge Realty, the house is asking $2.199 million.