Entering the gracious parlor level, a mahogany entry & transom lead into an expansive and airy living room with high ceilings and oversized south and north-facing windows allowing sunlight to pour in. Lovely original details are found throughout, such as inlaid parquet floors, a decorative fireplace mantle, a mahogany staircase and moldings detail, pocket shutters and wainscoting.
A separate dining area overlooks the peaceful rear garden, sitting adjacent to an open windowed kitchen. Just outside the dining area, you will find a generous deck with stairs leading down to the garden. The sun-filled upper level houses three bedrooms and a sky-lit bathroom. Two of the bedrooms can accommodate king-sized beds. Additional details on the upper level include original pine wide plank floors and a stained-glass hallway skylight.
The deep garden is an urban oasis, accessible from both the upper duplex and garden levels. The parlor level has a stairway leading to the cellar, which offers laundry and plenty of space for storage.
Period charm continues as you make your way down to the garden level; comprised of three separate rooms that can be used in a variety of ways, including additional living space or bedrooms. The second windowed bathroom is located on this level. Currently arranged as two-family this property can be easily converted into a single family home.
The building dimensions measure 1867″ x 40 and sits on a 100 deeplot. There is a small amount of buildable square footage (FAR) available. Conveniently set on a tree-lined Center Slope block, all the amenities of both 5th Avenue and 7th Avenue are within steps. Magnificent Prospect Park is just a short stroll, and 7th Avenue F/G station is just two short blocks away. Currently zoned for PS 39.
Please note the largest bedroom has been digitally staged since it is not currently used as a bedroom. The overhead garden shot credit Design by Plants 2014
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