X

294 Windsor Place

Between 11th Avenue and Prospect Park Southwest
Townhouse
$2,495,000
Annual Taxes: $7,802
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Prospect Ave - Reeve Pl
Subway number G Prospect Ave - Reeve Pl
Essentials
Price $2,495,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 3
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 11
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,940
Key Features
Terrace
Garden

This glorious two-family, 20-ft.-wide townhouse sits just off Prospect Park on a delightful tree-lined block in Windsor Terrace. Standing three stories, the house is replete with restored architectural detail – pocket doors, parquet floors, built-in closets, pier mirror, tin ceilings, fireplaces – and has been modernized with a renovated kitchen, baths and two-zone central air. From the main entrance up the stoop, then through the foyer, you’ll enter a large living room with a triple bay window that casts light deep into the room. A center parlor serves well as a den, study or tv room. If time spent in the kitchen is your jam, this one will be a pleasure! Flooded with sunlight and graciously proportioned, it’s been remodeled to include a large island and breakfast bar, tall cherry cabinets, a Sub-Zero fridge with cherry panel, Bosch dishwasher and a walk-in pantry. A deck accessed through a glass door is large enough for container planting, grilling, sipping morning coffee or evening cordials -- or even swinging on your hammock, easily hung from secured hardware! A coat closet and powder room are conveniently located on this floor, as well. Upstairs are four bedrooms (one with a built-in loft bed), two full baths, a laundry room with sink, and four skylights that shed light all through the day. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and an en-suite bath with tumbled marble. One of the great surprises of this house is the garden, carefully curated for year-round beauty with an ornamental cherry tree, witch hazel with lovely winter blooms, and a variety of medicinal and cooking herbs. The street-level apartment has its own entrance, and while it’s currently configured as an office suite, it could easily revert to a large rental apartment or easily joined into a single-family home. The cellar has great ceiling height and well-maintained mechanicals (Weil Mclean boiler and AO Smith hot-water heater). Well situated near the F train and P.S. 154, this house has been lovingly restored and cared for and is ready for its next owners. Is that YOU?

Agent
Living in Windsor Terrace
The Brooklyn enclave of Windsor Terrace evokes a sense of tranquility with its tree-lined streets, quaint coffee shops and access to sprawling Prospect Park, which skirts most of the neighborhood's eastern boundary. With a casual bar scene, quirky boutique shops and organic grocery stores, the mostly residential neighborhood gives its residents plenty to do without straying far from home.
Explore Windsor Terrace

294 Windsor Place
Between 11th Avenue and Prospect Park Southwest
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $2,495,000
Annual Taxes $7,802
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 3
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 11
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,940

This glorious two-family, 20-ft.-wide townhouse sits just off Prospect Park on a delightful tree-lined block in Windsor Terrace. Standing three stories, the house is replete with restored architectural detail – pocket doors, parquet floors, built-in closets, pier mirror, tin ceilings, fireplaces – and has been modernized with a renovated kitchen, baths and two-zone central air. From the main entrance up the stoop, then through the foyer, you’ll enter a large living room with a triple bay window that casts light deep into the room. A center parlor serves well as a den, study or tv room. If time spent in the kitchen is your jam, this one will be a pleasure! Flooded with sunlight and graciously proportioned, it’s been remodeled to include a large island and breakfast bar, tall cherry cabinets, a Sub-Zero fridge with cherry panel, Bosch dishwasher and a walk-in pantry. A deck accessed through a glass door is large enough for container planting, grilling, sipping morning coffee or evening cordials -- or even swinging on your hammock, easily hung from secured hardware! A coat closet and powder room are conveniently located on this floor, as well. Upstairs are four bedrooms (one with a built-in loft bed), two full baths, a laundry room with sink, and four skylights that shed light all through the day. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and an en-suite bath with tumbled marble. One of the great surprises of this house is the garden, carefully curated for year-round beauty with an ornamental cherry tree, witch hazel with lovely winter blooms, and a variety of medicinal and cooking herbs. The street-level apartment has its own entrance, and while it’s currently configured as an office suite, it could easily revert to a large rental apartment or easily joined into a single-family home. The cellar has great ceiling height and well-maintained mechanicals (Weil Mclean boiler and AO Smith hot-water heater). Well situated near the F train and P.S. 154, this house has been lovingly restored and cared for and is ready for its next owners. Is that YOU?

Terrace
Garden
Living in Windsor Terrace
The Brooklyn enclave of Windsor Terrace evokes a sense of tranquility with its tree-lined streets, quaint coffee shops and access to sprawling Prospect Park, which skirts most of the neighborhood's eastern boundary. With a casual bar scene, quirky boutique shops and organic grocery stores, the mostly residential neighborhood gives its residents plenty to do without straying far from home.
Explore Windsor Terrace
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Prospect Ave - Reeve Pl
Subway number G Prospect Ave - Reeve Pl