Throughout from Prospect Park, this two-bedroom co-op is crammed with wealthy woodwork intact from the constructing’s days as a luxe single-family mansion. On the backyard and parlor flooring of 118 Prospect Park West, the duplex comes with a not-insignificant price ticket together with off-street parking and backyard entry.
Within the Park Slope Historic District, the grand brownstone was begun in 1899, certainly one of a wave of trendy dwellings reworking the avenue on the flip of the century. Architect William Ryan designed a trio of homes, dubbed “neo-Italian Renaissance” within the designation report, for developer Charles Hart. No. 118 advantages from a nook location, maybe one of many causes Charles and Delia Hart selected it because the residence for their very own household. George Washington, the espresso maker not the president, made it residence for just a few years and, starting within the Nineteen Fifties, it served because the Queen of Peace Residence for Enterprise Girls. The constructing turned co-op after being bought by the Sisters of Reparation in 1979 and has 4 residences.
The duplex has two bedrooms, a full tub, laundry and a house workplace on the backyard stage and primary residing areas on the parlor ground. The entrance front room and rear eating room are crammed with the aforementioned woodwork. The lounge has a mantel and garland-ornamented door and window moldings whereas the eating room has wainscoting, stained glass home windows, a built-in china cupboard and one other mantel. Wooden floors with inlaid borders stretch via each rooms.
The windowed kitchen has the inside shutters discovered within the different rooms however in any other case has been given a contemporary makeover with a graphic tile ground, slab-front white cupboards and colourful figurative wallpaper. A powder room is situated off the steps resulting in the decrease stage.
Whereas garden-level bedrooms is probably not for each purchaser, the one proven has wood flooring and closet area and the ground plan exhibits two extra giant closets within the hallway. A mudroom results in the parking pad behind the home. A fence separates it from the small backyard on the rear, with a paved eating space and a patch of grass. The itemizing notes that the backyard was renovated in 2015 and is owned by the co-op, however “presently” utilized solely by the proprietor of this unit.
Upkeep for this unit is $1,850 a month. It’s listed with Michael Finnigan of Corcoran at $1,895 million. price it?
[Listing: 118 Prospect Park West #1 | Broker: Corcoran] GMAP