753 Union Street Apt- 753 Union Street

$2,995,000
Area (Sq Ft)
16'8"x50'
Rooms
11
Bathrooms
3.5
Bedrooms
4

The space

  • Land Size: 16'8"x95'
  • Neighborhood: Park Slope

Amenities

  • Private Storage
  • Wine Cellar

Description

Here is an opportunity to own a classic brownstone in one of Brooklyn’s most vibrant neighborhoods.

This four story, three-family brownstone is located on a lovely tree-lined street in prime Park Slope. It is configured as an owner’s duplex with two floor-through rentals. The garden and parlor floor duplex, which has a finished basement, includes exclusive access to a beautifully landscaped garden with a babbling brook, and a patio for outdoor dining. On the garden level the eat-in kitchen features custom wood cabinets, granite counters and stainless steel appliances. There is also a large formal dining room, sitting room, bedroom and bath on this level.

The parlor-floor living room with an 11-foot ceiling has a carved marble mantle, original plasterwork and a crystal chandelier making it a most impressive room. There is a French door leading to a large terrace which overlooks the garden below. The terrace can also be accessed by a staircase from the garden. This level also includes a powder room, and a second bedroom with a high ceiling, and a huge window and original details.

The basement which spans the entire footprint of the building includes a home office, a laundry station, and two storage areas, one of which would make an ideal wine cellar. The mechanicals and structure of the building are in excellent condition.

On the third and fourth floors there are the two spacious and bright one-bedroom floor-through renovated rental apartments with high ceilings, oversized windows and plenty of closets.

This wonderful brownstone is centrally located close to Prospect Park, with a Saturday morning farmer’s market at Grand Army Plaza, the Park Slope Food Coop and an array of restaurants, cafes and boutiques on both Fifth and Seventh Avenues. There is also easy access to the Brooklyn Museum, the Botanic Gardens, the Brooklyn Public Library and the Barclays Center.

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