415 Dean Street
Between 4th Avenue and 5th Avenue Park Slope
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,968
- Alarm system
- Cable ready
- Central laundry room
This perfectly architected and designed townhouse is located on North Slopes Dean Street where you have access to all major subway lines at Atlantic Terminal (Q,B,N,R,2,3,4,5) and all of Park Slopes amazing restaurants and shopping along 5th Avenue. The house sits on a 25 foot lot with curb cut driveway leading to a beautifully manicured back yard which makes you feel "away from it all." The fully renovated home could not have a more stunning décor keeping much of its old world charm with beautifully detailed moldings/medallions on the ceilings, large marble fireplaces, and rustic wide planked wood floors. Mixed into the brilliantly maintained details is a mixture of modern touches which makes for a unique and aesthetically pleasing space. The south facing parlor floor is truly breathtaking with two large marble fire places and spiral staircase highlighted by natural light which pours in through the oversized windows and doors. Downstairs you find a spacious less formal eating area and the wonderfully renovated kitchen with stainless steel cabinets, butcher block countertops, and GE Monogram appliances. The kitchen then leads to the back yard which is a true getaway with a large stone paver patio surrounded by beautiful plantings and an ivy filled backdrop which makes you feel miles from the city. Upstairs you find 4 spacious bedrooms each with two oversized windows and large marble fireplaces making it hard to choose which you would want for yourself.
Additional features of this building include: NEW BROWNSTONE FACADE & CORNICE, NEW BATHS, NEW GRAVEL DRIVEWAY, GARAGE, NEW PAVERS & GARDEN REDESIGN, CENTRAL AC, and NEW KITCHEN.
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