A three-story Sunset Park home built around the turn of the 19th century recently sold for $2.05 million, making it the priciest townhouse sale in the neighborhood, DNAinfo reports.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home, located on 36th Street, less than a block away from Green-Wood Cemetery, spans 2,800 square feet and comes with space for a garden in the front, and behind the house.
The house was recently renovated and fitted out with a host of fancy features including a marble island in the kitchen, white oak wood floors on the ground floor, and a Wolf range, also in the kitchen.
Many of the original details of the home were restored including the hardwood floors on the second level, the crown moldings, the windows, and the tin ceiling, among others.
The bedrooms are located on the second and third floors of the house with the master bedroom, which comes with an attached bathroom and walk-in closet, on the second floor, and two more bedrooms above that.
Other standout features in the home include the three skylights, heated floors in all bathrooms, and a library on the second floor that features 14-foot tall ceilings.
The previous owner of this home purchased the property for $975,000 in 2015, property records reveal, and offered it up on the market for $2.25 million earlier this month. The entire sales process was wrapped up in less than a month.
The broker on the property told DNAinfo that the sale is an indicator of a series of luxury listings set to arrive in Sunset Park. And they may have a point what with the increasing popularity of Industry City, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s proposed fashion hub, and the still-in-the-works megaproject, the Eight Avenue Center.