Within the Prospect Heights Historic District, this Eighteen Nineties row home has some effective interval particulars like a pier mirror, inside shutters, mantels and built-ins together with room for a brand new proprietor to make some fashionable upgrades.
The 19-foot-wide home was constructed by prolific developer William H. Reynolds, who in 1896 was promoting “inventive coloured stone dwellings” with tiled baths, hardwood trim and bookcases on the block of Park Place close to Underhill Avenue. Reynolds developed a lot of the block between 1895 and 1898, and the Prospect Heights Historic District designation report dates No. 304 to circa 1897.
Whereas there’s a little bit of selection amongst his buildings on the block, most have brownstone stoops and basements with sandstone higher tales and a cornucopia of decorative particulars together with some Romanesque and Renaissance Revival-style particulars within the combine. At 19 toes vast, No. 304 features a full top angled bay adorned with decorative panels, an L-shaped stoop and a deep cornice.
At present utilized by the long-time homeowners as a single household based on the itemizing, the ground plan reveals it arrange as a triplex with a second kitchen on the highest ground.
The parlor stage features a pier mirror within the giant entrance parlor and built-ins, a stained glass-filled bay window and a columned coat within the rear parlor. There are wooden floors in each, though the pictures present the world in entrance of the rear parlor bay has been tiled.
The kitchen is in its conventional location on the backyard stage and has beadboard and a tin ceiling. The pretty spacious room additionally presents a chance for a contemporary makeover.
Upstairs the 2 bedrooms are joined through a passthrough. There are not any photographs of it, however the itemizing notes the sinks proven on the ground plan are nonetheless marble. The bedrooms share a full tub which has would not have its authentic tilework, however does have a good quantity of stained glass.
On the third ground there’s a small kitchen on the rear, a full tub with a skylight and two bedrooms.
The property hasn’t modified palms since 1970 and the itemizing notes some TLC is required. Listed with Christopher Howard of Compass it’s priced at $3.2 million. What do you suppose?
[Listing: 304 Park Place | Broker: Compass] GMAP