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629 Carroll Street

5th Avenue and 6th Avenue
Townhouse
$2,750,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number R Subway number B Subway number Q Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number R 4th Ave - Union St
Subway number B Flatbush Ave - Park Pl
Subway number Q Flatbush Ave - Park Pl
Subway number 2 Flatbush Ave - Bergen St
Subway number 3 Flatbush Ave - Bergen St
Subway number F 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number G 4th Ave - 9th St
Essentials
Price $2,750,000
Type Townhouse
Units 3
Floors 4
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 14

Built in 1888 by developer James C. Jewitt and architect Albert White, 629 Carroll Street sits in the middle of a quiet tree-lined block in the heart of Park Slope. The façade of this graceful four-story townhouse melds Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, and Romanesque design elements, and is crafted from brick, rough-cut ashlar stone and brownstone. Inside, many of the original details remain intact, including crown molding, pocket doors, and the original staircase. Every room gets great natural light, and there are top floor skyline views of the Williamsburg Savings Bank and Manhattan. Configured as a garden duplex and two floor-through apartments above, 629 Carroll St could be easily converted back to single family use, or switched to a garden level apartment with a triplex above. The backyard is a sunny and tranquil oasis from the bustle of Brooklyn. 629 Carroll St is close to the best of Park Slope, including Prospect Park, and the shops and restaurants of 5th Avenue and 7th Avenue.

Agents
Licensed Associate RE Broker
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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This home has been sold

629 Carroll Street
5th Avenue and 6th Avenue
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $2,750,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $6
$Park Slope
% down $Townhouse
Type Townhouse
Units 3
Floors 4
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 14

Built in 1888 by developer James C. Jewitt and architect Albert White, 629 Carroll Street sits in the middle of a quiet tree-lined block in the heart of Park Slope. The façade of this graceful four-story townhouse melds Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, and Romanesque design elements, and is crafted from brick, rough-cut ashlar stone and brownstone. Inside, many of the original details remain intact, including crown molding, pocket doors, and the original staircase. Every room gets great natural light, and there are top floor skyline views of the Williamsburg Savings Bank and Manhattan. Configured as a garden duplex and two floor-through apartments above, 629 Carroll St could be easily converted back to single family use, or switched to a garden level apartment with a triplex above. The backyard is a sunny and tranquil oasis from the bustle of Brooklyn. 629 Carroll St is close to the best of Park Slope, including Prospect Park, and the shops and restaurants of 5th Avenue and 7th Avenue.

Licensed Associate RE Broker
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 R Subway number B Subway number Q Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number R 4th Ave - Union St
Subway number B Flatbush Ave - Park Pl
Subway number Q Flatbush Ave - Park Pl
Subway number 2 Flatbush Ave - Bergen St
Subway number 3 Flatbush Ave - Bergen St
Subway number F 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number G 4th Ave - 9th St