The 1890s townhouse at 45 Montgomery Place met with some rave reviews when it hit the market last week, boasting a "museum-quality restoration and renovation" and an asking price of $14 million. (In 2006, pre-renovation, the home sold for $6.05 million.) The interior details include Venetian plaster, stained glass, hand-painted murals with gold leaf, a private garden with a bluestone patio, and gas light chandeliers. Listing photographer Evan Joseph took the original photos, and a tipster noticed additional images on Joseph's website. We've included a few here as a teaser?click through for a more thorough look at the home's details, including those light fixtures.
· 45 Montgomery Place - Images [Evan Joseph]
· Park Slope House Asks $14M After 'Museum-Quality' Redo [Curbed]