854 President Street
7th / 8th Avenues Park Slope
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2 bedrooms + study ("plus room"). Full bath & laundry room.
2 bedrooms with dressing areas/vanities. Full bath.
Entry hall/front parlor/formal dining room. Wet bar in extension.
Studio apt in front. Eat-in-kitchen/quarter bath/mud room in rear.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,200
- Decorative fireplaces
- Wood-burning fireplace
IN PARK SLOPE'S CELEBRATED HISTORIC DISTRICT... 854 President Street. Discover graceful and comfortable brownstone living in this 4-story 20' wide townhome. Museum-quality period detail abounds: exquisitely carved woodwork, inlaid mother-of-pearl detailing, brilliant stained glass, functioning pocket doors & shutters, original mahogany dressing rooms with working sinks. Sophistication on a grand scale: high ceilings with plaster moldings, oversized bay windows, parquet floors and to-die-for fireplace mantels throughout. The charming brick fireplace in the garden-level kitchen is wood-burning. The owner's unit encompasses half of the garden level (with access to the large south-facing back yard & cellar) plus three full floors above. The gracious floor plan of approximately 4000 s.f. includes: large eat-in-kitchen + mud room, generously proportioned front parlor, formal dining room + service kitchen, 4.5 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and laundry room. The lovely studio rental also features exceptional original detail, and can be delivered vacant. Enjoy rental income, or use the space as home office or au pair apartment. Alternatively, easily converts to a stunning single family home. Located just a half block to 7th Avenue's shopping & dining corridor and a short walk to Prospect Park and several subway lines. This grand classic brownstone has been home to its current owners for over 40 years. Now you have the opportunity to make it your own!
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