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If it’s an elegant, detail-laden Park Slope townhouse you’re after, you could do a lot worse than this one. Four stories and full of lovely original woodwork, it sits a stone’s throw from Prospect Park, at 857 Carroll Street.

Built in 1901, the Romanesque Revival beauty has inlaid parquet floors, abundant wainscoting, stained glass, pocket doors and five original fireplace mantels.