Welcome to this historical Neo-Grec 1875 rowhouse!
This brownstone is filled with beautiful details; Full height double leaf wood and glass entrance door with wood center panels, Two bays two-window wide, Original window shutters throughout, A rare ceiling fresco (coveted by the Brooklyn Museum), Four marble and one wood fireplace mantles, Stylized fleur-de-lis, Pocket doors, to name a few!
Offering; High ceiling double parlor with stately pier mirror, eat-in kitchen/dining with dishwasher which opens to the outdoor deck leading to the garden, whether you prefer to entertain or garden, one will enjoy the serene outdoor space! Third floor offers two large adjoining bedrooms with walk-in closets, each with marble and wood fireplace mantles and one bath. Fourth floor offers three bedrooms, two with marble fireplace mantles, small bedroom identified as walk in closet on the floor plan, one bath, home office, laundry room and two skylights. Finally the english basement with a separate entrance offers the opportunity for a studio or one bedroom rental unit (full kitchen and bath) or home office, with separate mechanical rooms.
This historic home is located on one of the best blocks of Landmark Prospect heights, steps ...
Prospect Heights is a colorful and diverse neighborhood anchored by multiple cultural institutions: Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Barclay’s Center, Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, and the gorgeous central branch of the Brooklyn Library.
Turn down any side street, however, and you’ll find gorgeous old brownstones, stately coops, and new developments on quiet, tree-lined streets. The commercial venues of Vanderbilt and Washington Avenues offer a myriad of restaurants, mom-and-pop shops, craft cocktail bars, cafes, and boutiques with a distinctly “come as you are” Brooklyn attitude. Hot spots include: Faun, Tom’s, White Tiger, Unnameable Books, Chuko, Olmsted, Bearded Lady, and The Islands.