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331 4th Street

Between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue
House
$3,985,000

Reduced price

Annual Taxes: $22,234
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number G 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number R 4th Ave - 9th St
Essentials
Price $3,985,000
Type House
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 6
Key Features
Cable Ready
High-Speed Internet

NEW PRICE FOR A HOUSE UNLIKE ANY OTHER. Radically different -- and unique -- in Park Slope! This "California-style" house has been re-invented several times...from an 1895 carriage house for horses, to a 1905 car garage, to a repair shop for boat engines, then a sculptor's studio. Finally, in 2002, it was completely reconfigured by its architect-owners as a modern two-story residence with an interior courtyard, one-car garage, a roof terrace and a balcony! The front door opens into an entry foyer, which leads to a massive, loft-like kitchen, living room and dining room. The kitchen, with heat-impervious basalt counter tops, is appointed with top-of-the-line appliances: SubZero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Viking double wall oven with microwave/hood and gas cook-top. Outdoors embraces indoors as the house wraps around a light-filled glass-enclosed courtyard-garden and back around to a large home office, visible through sliding panels. From the studio, doors lead out to a sheltered, brick-walled patio, perfect for barbecuing. A full bathroom on this floor with curbless shower is convenient for visitors and overnight guests. Above the open-riser stair, a continuous skylight (with access hatch) filters daylight between restored rustic wooden joists onto the double-height gallery wall and down to the lower level. Located on the second floor are the master bedroom with two closets (one a walk-in with a Solatube skylight), en-suite bath and a sliding door opening onto the roof terrace; two bedrooms with capacious closets joined by a sliding panel divider; a small viewing balcony and a second full bath. Along the hallway are a laundry closet with side-by-side Miele washer and vented dryer, a linen closet and several upper-level closets that provide additional storage. Comforts are many and include four-zone central air, radiant heat, rift-cut white oak floors, eight-foot custom mahogany doors and ten-foot ceilings. The transformation from the carriage house allowed this property to retain a GARAGE: perfect for extra storage -- and your car, bicycles and tools! Accessed from the garage and a hatch in the sidewalk is a full-height cellar with an enclosed mechanical room and steel shelving lining the walls. Fully wired for satellite dish with Ethernet connections throughout, this home is designed with skylights and large windows (triple-glazed for extra quiet in bedroom areas), flooding it with light. It is central to Seventh and Fifth Avenues, as well as Gowanus shops, restaurants and entertainment spaces, The Old Stone House, Washington Park playground, local schools and the F/G/R trains. This rare property offers gracious room proportions, extraordinary light throughout, parking and all the storage you could want -- all in one of the most coveted neighborhoods in New York City!

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open houses
Sunday, November 18
2:30PM - 4:00PM
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.
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331 4th Street
Details
Prewar
Built in 1920
2 floors
1 units
Amenities
Cable ready
High-speed internet

open houses
Sunday, November 18
2:30PM - 4:00PM

Reduced price

331 4th Street
Between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue
House
Essentials
Price $3,985,000
Annual Taxes $22,234
Type House
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 6

NEW PRICE FOR A HOUSE UNLIKE ANY OTHER. Radically different -- and unique -- in Park Slope! This "California-style" house has been re-invented several times...from an 1895 carriage house for horses, to a 1905 car garage, to a repair shop for boat engines, then a sculptor's studio. Finally, in 2002, it was completely reconfigured by its architect-owners as a modern two-story residence with an interior courtyard, one-car garage, a roof terrace and a balcony! The front door opens into an entry foyer, which leads to a massive, loft-like kitchen, living room and dining room. The kitchen, with heat-impervious basalt counter tops, is appointed with top-of-the-line appliances: SubZero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Viking double wall oven with microwave/hood and gas cook-top. Outdoors embraces indoors as the house wraps around a light-filled glass-enclosed courtyard-garden and back around to a large home office, visible through sliding panels. From the studio, doors lead out to a sheltered, brick-walled patio, perfect for barbecuing. A full bathroom on this floor with curbless shower is convenient for visitors and overnight guests. Above the open-riser stair, a continuous skylight (with access hatch) filters daylight between restored rustic wooden joists onto the double-height gallery wall and down to the lower level. Located on the second floor are the master bedroom with two closets (one a walk-in with a Solatube skylight), en-suite bath and a sliding door opening onto the roof terrace; two bedrooms with capacious closets joined by a sliding panel divider; a small viewing balcony and a second full bath. Along the hallway are a laundry closet with side-by-side Miele washer and vented dryer, a linen closet and several upper-level closets that provide additional storage. Comforts are many and include four-zone central air, radiant heat, rift-cut white oak floors, eight-foot custom mahogany doors and ten-foot ceilings. The transformation from the carriage house allowed this property to retain a GARAGE: perfect for extra storage -- and your car, bicycles and tools! Accessed from the garage and a hatch in the sidewalk is a full-height cellar with an enclosed mechanical room and steel shelving lining the walls. Fully wired for satellite dish with Ethernet connections throughout, this home is designed with skylights and large windows (triple-glazed for extra quiet in bedroom areas), flooding it with light. It is central to Seventh and Fifth Avenues, as well as Gowanus shops, restaurants and entertainment spaces, The Old Stone House, Washington Park playground, local schools and the F/G/R trains. This rare property offers gracious room proportions, extraordinary light throughout, parking and all the storage you could want -- all in one of the most coveted neighborhoods in New York City!

Cable Ready
High-Speed Internet
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 Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number G 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number R 4th Ave - 9th St
331 4th Street
Details
Prewar
Built in 1920
2 floors
1 units
Amenities
Cable ready
High-speed internet