A four-story townhouse at the corner of Dikeman and Van Brunt Streets, in Red Hook, is now on the market for $3.35 million. That’s nearly $750,000 more than what it was asking when it previously came on the market in 2012.
At present the townhouse is setup as two separate apartments. The lower unit takes up the first two floors of the house and comes with two bedrooms, and two bathrooms. One of the most striking features in this unit is the double-height “den,” which looks out onto the townhouse’s massive 700-square-foot planted garden.
The bedrooms are located on the lower level, and the living, dining rooms, and the kitchen (fitted with Miele appliances) is on the floor above that.
The second unit takes up the top two floors of the building, which comes with a wood-burning fireplace in the living/dining room. This unit also comes with two bedrooms—one on the lower level, and a master bedroom on the top floor. The latter also has access to a 400-square-foot rooftop terrace.
Other standout features in this 1910 home include the mahogany floors, the large windows throughout the townhouse, and the exposed brick.