27 7th Avenue
Sterling Place and Saint Johns Place Park Slope
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This Landmarked, 1887 Romanesque Revival four story townhouse has been meticulously renovated inside and out by The Brooklyn Home Company! Presently configured as an owners triplex over a high-income, two bedroom garden rental this home is flooded with period details. The parlor floor is graced with gorgeous mantels, pier mirrors and pockets doors. It consists of an elegant formal living room, dining room, eat-in chef's kitchen, full bath and laundry room with washer/dryer. The chef's kitchen has Calacatta Gold Marble Countertops, a 36" six burner Wolf range, Subzero paneled refrigerator, garbage disposal and a water filtration system. The second floor has three large bedrooms and a full bath. The master bedroom suite occupies the entire top floor and boasts two gas fireplaces and an extra large walk in closet. A separate sitting room adorns the center of the suite and there is an opulent master bath with a Grohe double shower with two rainheads and multiple sprayers, soaking tub and radiant heated Honed Carrera marble floors. Totally customized, the garden has a built-in gas grill, sink and refrigerator along with Bluestone Pavers and planting beds. Additional features include a fully restored front façade, LPC approved windows, multi-zoned CAC/Heat, 3 1/4" white oak floors and beautiful decorative mantels.
Additional features of this building include: Master Bath Grohe Shower System, Master Bath Signature Hardware Soaking Tub, Master Suite Floor with 2 Gas Fireplaces, New plumbing, electric, and windows, Full Facade Restoration, Custom Gas Grill, Sink and Refrigerator in Garden, 36" Wolf Stove, Subzero Refrigerator, Details, Pier Mirrors, Mantels, Pocket Doors, New 3 1/4" White Oak Floors Throughout, and New Heat and Central Air.
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