For many, “New York City” means a snoopy Park Avenue apartment complex, a glass skyscraper with cookie cutter condos, or a cramped row house. But there is more to it in the city. And while Manhattan is famous for its very high prices, in Brooklyn, where there are still some old school neighborhoods with a much more enthusiastic and go-go-go atmosphere than Manhattan, buyers are arguably more than with their real estate money. You can get a lot of value.
This is the case for this handsome Victorian people in Prospect Park South. A small, historic district of Flatbush, close to the park’s stunning green spaces, with subway lines B and Q across Brooklyn. To Manhattan and then to Brighton Beach.
Built in 1920, the elegant four-story home has a lot of old-fashioned details, but the gut has been refurbished over the past year to seamlessly create a charming, homely vintage home for a contemporary lifestyle. You can now buy it. It also has 6 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 2 powder rooms, with ample space for large families. Set in a 4,500-square-foot parcel, the 4,045-square-foot home demands just under $ 3.5 million, about the same price as the arty Chelsea’s sophisticated duplex condo. 2 bedroom Cooperate in an elegant Fifth Avenue building.Listing agent Steve Halpan Of the compass.
Enter through the front pouch, which features a hanging egg chair instead of the traditional rocking chair. The foyer inside gives you a glimpse of what’s seen throughout the property, including restored stained glass windows, original pocket doors, elegant moldings and trim work, and an array of original woodwork products, especially in the stairwell. I can do it.
The playfully furnished double living room extends 30 feet long, the dining room has two exposures and has a charcoal slate tile floor. But what stands out in the house is the two-room kitchen. The original tray ceiling and oak floorboards feature an industrial-sized thermador stove, a charming blue and white quartz site breakfast bar, a deep sink with hands-free faucets, waste disposal, and hot-cooled reverse osmosis water filtration. Matches the system. Behind the kitchen is a mud room and a powder room.
The homeowner’s suite on the second floor sacrifices the bedroom to create a huge dressing area, and the spacious bathrooms feature deep tubs, rainforest showers, and radiant underfloor heating. In addition, the bedroom on the second floor shares the bathroom in the white brick hall, and on the third floor is a stunning Zen with three additional bedrooms, another deep tub and a pebble tiled shower. There is a bathroom like.
Need more space? There is a pull-down staircase to the attic, and the completed basement has a full gym and half bath, an office, a laundry room, and plenty of storage space.
There is a slender terrace on the back of the second floor overlooking the backyard. The large deck outside the kitchen was rebuilt and the lawn was planted with fresh grass.
Yes, you can put both a big deck and a lush lawn in the city if you know where to look, for example Prospect Park South. Who says you can’t enjoy the comfort of the suburbs in a convenient urban location?