301 12th Street
5th Ave. Park Slope
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- Wood-burning fireplace
This charming and serene South Slope 8 room townhouse has been restored with an eye for detail. This is a legal 2-family, now used as a beautiful one-family home. Original wide-plank pine floors and tin ceilings shine throughout. The bright living room and the formal dining room each have their own brand-new wood-burning fireplace with period-appropriate exposed brick. The home has 2 beautifully renovated full baths. The kitchen and adjoining laundry (all with new appliances) overlook a large sunny garden perfect for alfresco dining. The third floor has 2 full bedrooms, and the parlor level has a large office/den that easily could be used as a third full-sized bedroom. Ample closet space on each of the living floors plus a full basement provide plenty of storage. This home's curb-appeal is unsurpassed, as recent renovations include new paint on the clapboard and wood trim front, a custom iron fence and security gate, and a beautiful new blue-stone patio. This house is steps to the F train and to 5th and 7th Ave restaurants and shops! Save the date; first showing will be at the open house on April 17th.
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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.