106 Garfield Place
Between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue Park Slope
This home has been sold
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Nearby Subway Stations
- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,420
- Guarantors allowed
106 Garfield takes its place as one of the most historically significant homes in Park Slope. It sits among a row of five intricately designed facades, which were built together c. 1892 by renowned architect Theodore Cooper. Each house is evocative of a particular European style and 106 Garfield Place is a stunning standout. It has remained in the same family for over 40 years and from the moment you enter you can feel that this home has been well loved and lovingly maintained. Beautiful original details have been thoughtfully preserved, including: three handsome decorative fireplaces, rich wainscoting, lovely plaster detail and the impressively carved newel posts and balusters. It’s currently configured as an upper triplex with a garden rental, but could easily be converted to a grand single family home. The light and lovely parlor floor features an elegant living room, an open kitchen, a powder room and a sun-filled dining room. There is a large deck off the dining room, which steps down into a professionally landscaped south-facing garden overflowing with lush plantings and perennials. Head upstairs and there's room to spare in the spacious 3rd and 4th floor bedroom suites, complete with en-suite baths, dressing rooms and studies. Each room is generously proportioned and has its own distinctive architectural style and character. Springtime came early on Garfield Place. Don't miss this truly rare opportunity…
Runs from Fourth Avenue to Prospect Park West, Prospect Avenue to Flatbush Avenue.
One of Brooklyn’s largest neighborhoods, Park Slope offers an amazing array of meticulously renovated brownstone and limestone townhouses — both single-family and with rental units — as well as full-service loft and apartment co-op and condominium buildings. Residents and house-hunters delight in Park Slope’s elegant layouts, 12-foot ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, pocket doors and other turn-of-the-century details. Newer zoning changes on Fourth Avenue are adding condos to Park Slope, with new buildings including The Argyle, Novo Park Slope at Fourth Avenue and Fourth Street, and the Crest at Fourth Avenue and Second Street.