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Charming Park Slope townhouse dating back to 1860 lists for $3.45M

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The four-story house is one of the oldest homes in the neighborhood

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A charming red brick townhouse, one of the oldest in Park Slope, is now on the market for $3.45 million. This four-story house is a combination of Greek Revival and Federal styles, according to the broker on the property.

The townhouse features four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms and recently underwent a gut renovation. The owners tried to restore many of the historic elements of the property while also adding in several modern amenities.

The house’s lovely facade was maintained as were the antique marble mantels, the radiators, the tin ceilings, and the original window shutters, among other features. Additions include a spiffy new kitchen, the restoration of two working fireplaces, French doors, and two skylights.

One of the standout features of the property is a landscaped a garden which has an over 100-year-old apple tree, a fig tree, an herb garden, and an assortment of flowering seasonal plants.

The kitchen, dining room, living room, and parlor take up the first two floors of the house; the parlor has floor-to-ceiling windows and a wood-burning fireplace. The master suite takes up all of the third floor, and has access to a marble bathroom, a large walk-in closet, and a home office. Three additional bedrooms are located on the floor above that. For all of that, this place is asking $3.45 million.