3rd Street Park Slope
Brooklyn, New York 11215 United States

$4,000,000
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Here s a rare opportunity to own a historic three-story Landmarked Park Slope townhouse on a coveted tree-lined street. Five Hundred Twenty Four 3rd Street, first in a row of Neo-Italian Renaissance limestone townhouses built in 1901 designed by...
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Warren Lewis Sotheby's International Realty

Thomas Bekhazi
Associate Real Estate Broker
Phone: +1 718.747.8212
Phone: +1 718.638.6500
89 Seventh Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11217 United States
Jeffrey Kessler
Associate Real Estate Broker
Phone: +1 718.747.8157
Phone: +1 718.638.6500
89 Seventh Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11217 United States
$4,000,000
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Price / Sq. Ft.:
$1,053 /
Annual taxes:
$11,631
5
Bedrooms
3
Full Baths
3,800 Sq Ft.
Interior
Single Family Home
1901
Year Built
59735TH
Web Id
59735TH
MLS ID
New York City Department Of Education
School District
65
days ago

About 3rd Street Park Slope

Here s a rare opportunity to own a historic three-story Landmarked Park Slope townhouse on a coveted tree-lined street. Five Hundred Twenty Four 3rd Street, first in a row of Neo-Italian Renaissance limestone townhouses built in 1901 designed by renowned architect Axel S. Hedman, is presently configured as a one family home with 3 full bathrooms, and 2 half bathrooms with a formal fully-equipped guest or office quarters, and a private patio. Majestic well-preserved original details include, a grand sun light-filled center staircase, exquisite Tiffany colored-glass partitions and fixtures, elegant coffered ceilings and crown moldings, ornate decorative fireplaces, traditional town house parquet wood flooring, and other refined historic period elements. All mechanicals are updated and move-in ready. With a harmonious layout, the first floor features an inviting parlor hall, a generous sized living room, and a sophisticated formal dining room with Oak paneling and Mahogany inlays throughout. The bright and modernly updated chef s kitchen is equipped with a Viking range and hood, double oven and Sub Zero Refrigerator, granite countertops, uniquely detailed tiled floors and walls, and French pocket doors leading to a sun-drenched patio primed for al fresco dining. The second and third floors continue to shine with period details and share the structural aesthetics of the first.Located in Park Slope, one of Brooklyn s premiere neighborhoods, a myriad of shopping, dining, and entertainment options are just steps away.

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Key Features
Patio, Building - Pre-War, Garden