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Just featured in New York Times "On the Market"! The Gold Standard of Bed-Stuy. Daring. Dramatic. Bold. Beautiful. Prepare your senses before entering this one-of-a-kind 2-family brownstone, currently used as an extra-large one-family residence! Highlights include 5 fireplaces, all of which are working woodburning, mahogany staircase, parquet wood floors with inlaid designs throughout, original window shutters throughout, 4 original sliding pocket doors and central air conditioning.
Garden level: dramatic drawing room/dining room with original wood wainscoting and window shutters, woodburning mahogany fireplace, decorative ceiling fretwork, and raw silk wall covering. Enormous kitchen with Thermador stove leading to a large lush garden with flagstone patio. Large windowed bathroom with shower.
Parlor level: living room with extra high ceilings, stained glass windows, wedding cake plaster ceiling fretwork, fireplace with imported Italian marble and gold leaf accents. Bedroom with beautiful marble woodburning fireplace and baroque wallpaper. Large windowed bathroom with clawfoot tub and double vanity.
Top level: Oversized master bedroom with original built-in wardrobe, decorative arch, woodburning fireplace with imported Italian marble and gold leaf accents. Dressing room with another woodburning fireplace and custom built storage, can be used as another bedroom. Small bedroom perfect for nursery or den. Extravagant bathroom with floor to ceiling imported Italian marble, skylight, clawfoot tub, shower with double shower heads and double vanity.
Bedford Stuyvesant is a largely residential neighborhood known for its rich history and rows of architecturally stunning brownstones and limestones in the Romanesque Revival, Renaissance Revival and Queen Anne styles. Sunday strolls, weekend barbecue gatherings, summer evenings enjoying ice cream on the stoop characterize the relaxed lifestyle here. Georges-Andre Vintage Cafe, Angelas, Seraghinas, Peaches Hothouse, Beso are some delicious local favorites. Central to a number of playgrounds and parks, including Herbert Von King Park, one of the first parks built in Brooklyn and designed by Olmstead & Vaux, who also designed Prospect Park. Convenient to the A, C, J, Z trains.