Looking for an immaculate single-family brownstone in Park Slope? You don’t have to go through the trouble of creating your own: 59 Lincoln Place has been renovated from cellar to rooftop, with a penthouse room on top and all the luxury touches one would expect.
The garden floor has a lounge or family room with a wet bar overlooking the extra-deep landscaped backyard. There are also two bathrooms and a bedroom on this floor, which can be used as a guest suite.
The parlor floor features a large dining room in front and living room facing the back with the kitchen between. The living room features a wall of glass doors opening onto a metal deck and stairs leading down to the garden.
The kitchen has been designed thoughtfully, with eye-catching stone backsplashes and a large honed stone island with a double sink. It comes equipped with high-end appliances by Liebherr and Miele, custom inset cabinetry, and plentiful counter space.
The master suite takes up the third floor, with a pair of walk-in closets, a bedroom that spans the width of the house, and a large bathroom. The latter has three windows, a separate toilet closet, an extra wide sink, and a shower area adjacent to a soaking tub. There is also laundry on this level.
On the fourth floor are two more bedrooms, each with its own ensuite bath and large closets.
The penthouse room is a rare, light-filled find in New York City real estate. It could be used as a guest room, home office, artist studio or home gym.
The finished cellar features chevron floors, a laundry room and a half bath.
Thoughtful touches throughout include surround speakers, central air, white oak floors, an alarm system and Pella windows.
It is located in the north Slope, near dining and shopping on 5th and 7th avenues, Barclays Center, the Atlantic Terminal Mall, and the transportation hub beneath it, with the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, and R trains.
Listed by Alexander Maroni of Douglas Elliman, the home is asking $4.25 million.