326 10th Street
4th Avenue and 5th Avenue Park Slope
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,104
This charming, bright, renovated 2-family brick townhouse on the border of Park Slope and Gowanus perfectly reflects the ethos of the two neighborhoods. It’s a little bit country and little bit rock and roll! It combines the classic charm of an historic brick townhouse with modern conveniences like two beautifully renovated bathrooms, an open, airy & hip kitchen, and a lovely steel deck off the parlor floor which leads down to a gorgeous brick patio with lush planting beds. It also has the added bonus of a income producing garden rental apartment.
The owner’s upper duplex is configured as a 3 bedroom, 2 full bath apartment with beautiful details like an original oak entry door, hardwood floors and the original stairway with carved newel post. The parlor floor features plaster ceiling medallions, crown moldings, shutters and two decorative fireplaces with gorgeous tile surrounds. The lovely renovated kitchen features white marble counters, open shelving and updated stainless steel appliances. The bright parlor floor bathroom has a real spa-vibe with a huge walk-in shower and big window.
The master bedroom and second bedroom are spacious and have good storage. The 3rd bedroom is a classic brownstone “pocket-room” perfect for an office or nursery. The top floor bathroom was tastefully renovated with a modern claw foot tub, subway tile and a skylight.
The garden rental (delivered vacant) is easily accessed from the parlor floor if the purchaser wishes to use the entire home as a single family or rent it out for extra income! It is a cozy one-bedroom apartment with a stunning pier mirror, a good-size, efficient kitchen and a huge bath with double-sink vanity and a spa tub.
The cellar provides tons of room for storage and also has a washer dryer.
The location can hardly be beat. It is a one-minute walk to the 4th Ave/9th Street subway stop where you can access the F, G and R trains. You are half a block from Park Slope’s burgeoning 5th Avenue restaurant row and a fifteen minute walk to Prospect Park. Toward the other direction (a block and a half) is the up-and-coming Gowanus scene with galleries, bars, coffee houses and restaurants.
First showings will be at the open house on Sunday, June 12.
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Living in Park Slope
With its laid-back pace of life and idyllic location alongside Prospect Park, it’s easy to see why living in Park Slope has an enduring appeal. Creative types have long been drawn to the neighborhood’s leafy streets and café culture, while young families and professionals find Park Slope a welcome haven away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.