Townhouse sales in brownstone Brooklyn have been booming lately, and the craze seems to be spreading to parts of the borough that are less inclined to multi million dollar homes. Brownstoner noticed that the Queen Ann brick house at 467 14th Street has entered contract, and it may have surpassed the $3 million mark?it was last listed for $3.35 million. The 3,400-square-foot house underwent a complete renovation and expansion, and the brokerbabble (which erroneously states that Curbed featured the house) details the many design elements.
The home has two bedrooms, two and a half baths, a garden, and all of these designy features:
Stained glass, mahogany staircase, Jefferson shutters, Queen Anne moldings, and working fireplaces with original wood mantles. There are also beautiful new victorian details executed by the architect's craftsmen such as herringbone quarter-sawn flooring, custom cabinetry, tin ceilings, wood wainscoting, marble mosaic tiling, bluestone paving, and an ensemble of vintage lighting. Yet this home also boasts such contemporary features as radiant floor heat, central AC, garden rain water irrigation system, all double-insulated glass marvin windows and doors, Calcatta gold marble, an ipe wood roof terrace.· Did This South Slope Home Sell Over $3 Million? [Brownstoner]
· Listing: 467 14th Street [StreetEasy]