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185 11th Street

3rd Avenue and 4th Avenue
Townhouse
$1,250,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Prospect Park West - Prospect Park Southwest
Subway number G Prospect Park West - Prospect Park Southwest
Essentials
Price $1,250,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 4
Key Features
Garden
Beautiful Wood Floors
Original Plaster Walls And Details
Original Woodwork
Tin Ceilings
Historic Frame Home In Great Condition
Southern Exposure And Great Light
Bay Window
Gas Forced Air Boiler Installed 2002
How Water Heater Installed In 2005
Renovated Bathrooms

Step back into time! Perfect for the growing family, this charming and bright Park Slope frame townhouse may look like it's only three stories from the outside, but come inside and be amazed by it's surprising hidden top floor AND first floor extension. Currently set up as two duplex apartments, the owner has a two bedroom duplex with an open kitchen and living space off the huge garden, as well as a South facing living room flooded with light through the bay windows. Plus, there are decorative fireplaces in every room! The top two floors are currently set up as a surprisingly spacious three or four bedroom rental apartment that will bring you a great monthly rental income! The house is also extremely flexible and could easily be reconfigured back into a one-family, or a triplex with a single floor rental apartment. Perfect for a growing family looking for a house to grow into over time. Charming details throughout include perfectly restored plaster walls and moldings, marble and wood-carved fireplaces, tin ceilings, hardwood floors, incredible light, wainscoting, and renovated bathrooms. The mechanicals are also in great shape with a forced air gas heating system installed in 2002, a new roof, and a one yr. old hot water tank. Situated on a quiet and well maintained block steps from the N/R and F 4th Avenue subway line, as well as Prospect Park, 2 health clubs, supermarkets, and the fantastic restaurants and shops of Park Slope's popular 5th Avenue.

Additional features of this building include: Beautiful Wood Floors, Original Plaster Walls and Details, Original Woodwork, Tin Ceilings, Historic Frame Home in Great Condition, Southern Exposure and Great Light, Bay Window, Gas Forced Air Boiler Installed 2002, How Water Heater Installed in 2005, and Renovated Bathrooms.

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Park Slope
Living in Park Slope
With historic brownstones on tree-lined avenues and one of New York's most exceptional green spaces, Prospect Park, there's a lot to recommend Park Slope.
Explore Park Slope

This home has been sold

185 11th Street
3rd Avenue and 4th Avenue
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $1,250,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $0
$Park Slope
% down $Townhouse
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 4

Step back into time! Perfect for the growing family, this charming and bright Park Slope frame townhouse may look like it's only three stories from the outside, but come inside and be amazed by it's surprising hidden top floor AND first floor extension. Currently set up as two duplex apartments, the owner has a two bedroom duplex with an open kitchen and living space off the huge garden, as well as a South facing living room flooded with light through the bay windows. Plus, there are decorative fireplaces in every room! The top two floors are currently set up as a surprisingly spacious three or four bedroom rental apartment that will bring you a great monthly rental income! The house is also extremely flexible and could easily be reconfigured back into a one-family, or a triplex with a single floor rental apartment. Perfect for a growing family looking for a house to grow into over time. Charming details throughout include perfectly restored plaster walls and moldings, marble and wood-carved fireplaces, tin ceilings, hardwood floors, incredible light, wainscoting, and renovated bathrooms. The mechanicals are also in great shape with a forced air gas heating system installed in 2002, a new roof, and a one yr. old hot water tank. Situated on a quiet and well maintained block steps from the N/R and F 4th Avenue subway line, as well as Prospect Park, 2 health clubs, supermarkets, and the fantastic restaurants and shops of Park Slope's popular 5th Avenue.

Additional features of this building include: Beautiful Wood Floors, Original Plaster Walls and Details, Original Woodwork, Tin Ceilings, Historic Frame Home in Great Condition, Southern Exposure and Great Light, Bay Window, Gas Forced Air Boiler Installed 2002, How Water Heater Installed in 2005, and Renovated Bathrooms.

Garden
Beautiful Wood Floors
Original Plaster Walls And Details
Original Woodwork
Tin Ceilings
Historic Frame Home In Great Condition
Southern Exposure And Great Light
Bay Window
Gas Forced Air Boiler Installed 2002
How Water Heater Installed In 2005
Renovated Bathrooms
Park Slope
Living in Park Slope
With historic brownstones on tree-lined avenues and one of New York's most exceptional green spaces, Prospect Park, there's a lot to recommend Park Slope.
Explore Park Slope
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Prospect Park West - Prospect Park Southwest
Subway number G Prospect Park West - Prospect Park Southwest