167 6th Avenue
St Johns Place & Lincoln Place Park Slope
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,600
- Gas fireplaces
- Wood-burning fireplace
Built in 1874, this classic 4 story, 20’ wide Italianate brownstone sits on a beautiful tree-lined block in North Park Slope. This historic townhouse was completely renovated in 2009 with meticulous care paid to restoring original detail and adding modern conveniences throughout. The original details include 4 working fireplaces, etched-glass pocket doors, elegant crown moldings, original hardwood floors, pocket shutters and perfectly restored weight-and-chain windows. The house flows superbly, with beautiful proportions, high ceilings, and bright sunlit spaces throughout. One enters the parlor floor through 2 sets of arched doorways into a traditional foyer and hall. The front parlor is graced with classic double height windows, substantial wood moldings and the original mantle with wood-burning fireplace. Etched-glass pocket doors lead into a large eat-in kitchen. Filled with sunlight, the kitchen has tall French doors which open onto an Ipe wood deck, overlooking the stunning greenery of one of Park Slope’s widest and most beautiful blocks. The phone and cable lines were moved underground for a truly rare park-like view. Additionally, the current owners opened up their backyard with their neighbor creating a substantial 44' x 40' garden. The expansiveness of the garden echoes through the house, with large, sun drenched rooms and high ceilings on all four floors. The first showing will be an open house on Sunday, June 3rd from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, then by appointment.
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Runs from Fourth Avenue to Prospect Park West, Prospect Avenue to Flatbush Avenue.
One of Brooklyn’s largest neighborhoods, Park Slope offers an amazing array of meticulously renovated brownstone and limestone townhouses — both single-family and with rental units — as well as full-service loft and apartment co-op and condominium buildings. Apartment- and house-hunters alike will find Park Slope’s elegant layouts, 12-foot ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, pocket doors and other turn-of-the-century details irresistible. One- and two-bedroom apartments in large apartment buildings are also plentiful in Park Slope. Newer zoning changes on Fourth Avenue are adding condos to Park Slope, with new buildings including The Argyle, Novo Park Slope at Fourth Avenue and Fourth Street, and the Crest at Fourth Avenue and Second Street.