Upon first glance, both price and size would lead you to think that this ridiculously charming Park Slope listing is a full townhouse, however, the $2.6 million abode is actually just a duplex. But make no mistake, this isn’t your average Park Slope co-op and we’re sure that after one look at the photos and floorplans, you’ll get our drift.
The four-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom prewar pad offers vast space with a large, open living room filled with much of its 20th century details. Ceilings reach 11 feet and are embellished with decorative moldings while the wood-burning fireplace features an ornate surrounding marble mantle. The dining room is spacious and sun-filled thanks to the oversized windows and it too boasts a fireplace, though this one is purely decorative. A lovely arched entryway leads to the modern kitchen where there is a bit of farm-to-table flair.
A classic staircase leads to the upper level where the home’s four bedrooms reside along with a huge skylight in the center of the hallway. Judging from the photos, it looks like each room receives a decent amount of natural light through the large windows.
While there isn’t any outdoor space already in place, plans have been approved to create a rooftop deck if one chooses to.
- Listing: 127 Park Place #2 [Corcoran]