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Vintage clapboard home in Park Slope with mod revamp seeks $3M

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The four-story townhouse has six bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms

Measuring over 3,350 square feet, this four-story frame house in Park Slope is now on the market for $2.975 million. At present, the house is divided into a garden apartment, and a three-story single-family house above, but the two spaces can easily be combined.

On the parlor floor, the house has large carved doors, exposed brick, 2 fireplace mantels, and hardwood floors. The kitchen, also on this floor, has stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, and a marble center island. There’s also space for a table that seats 10, according to the broker on the property.

A set of double doors in the kitchen lead to a deck, which in turn offers up access to the townhouse’s landscaped back yard. Four of the townhouse’s six bedrooms are located on the third floor, and two of them have balconies. The master suite has the fourth floor all to itself, and also has access to a spacious terrace. Additional outdoor space is available through a circular staircase located on the terrace that leads to the roof deck.

Overall, the house features six bedrooms, and three-and-a-half bathrooms spread out over all four levels.