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A $1.4M basement duplex in Park Slope masks that it’s mostly underground

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The two-bedroom home measures just under 1,400 square feet

All photos courtesy Corcoran

This spacious Park Slope duplex is spread out over the garden level and first floor of a six-story building located on Carroll Street, near Fourth Avenue, essentially where Park Slope meets Gowanus.

The two-bedroom home measures just under 1,400 square feet and features a ton of swanky finishes including the white quartz countertops, Bosche appliances, Kohler fixtures in the bathroom, and oak cabinetry.

Currently the bedrooms are divided between the two floors with the larger of the two on the upper level. Both however can fit a king size bed, according to the broker on the listing.

The bedroom on the lower level is located adjacent to the apartment’s spacious and neatly appointed library, and both rooms look out onto the duplex’s lovely backyard, which comes with a grill station, outdoor seating, along with some patches of green. The apartment overall comes with maple hardwood floors, coffered ceilings, and a washer & dryer in-unit.

Residents in the building also have access to a shared roof deck, and a bike room. For all of that this duplex is asking $1.4 million with an additional $1,088 in monthly charges.