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Elegant Park Slope townhouse with vintage charm seeks $3.1M

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The home spans more than 3,000 square feet and comes with a landscaped garden

Photos courtesy Brown Harris Stevens.

Park Slope is known for its plethora of stunning townhouses that have withstood the test of time, and this one is no different. Situated on Sixth Street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, is a beautiful Romanesque Revival style home with an elaborate facade that has recently hit the market for $3.1 million.

The house dates back to the 19th century and has been renovated over the years with a focus on preserving its historic poise but making it comfortable for modern standards. It’s currently set up as a massive single-family home, spanning 3,060 square feet with five bedrooms and three bathrooms spread across five floors, all connected by a center staircase.

The garden level gives way to the bright living room—complete with inlaid wood floors and a decorative mantle—along with the open kitchen that is lined with custom cabinets and a door that leads to the garden. The parlor floor embraces somewhat of an open concept layout and hosts a wood-burning fireplace while the third floor accommodates the master suite, complete with a lovely banquette window and a decorative fireplace of its own.

On the fourth floor, you’ll find three more bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a plenty of storage space, including a walk-in closet found in one of the larger bedrooms.