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For $4.2M, a Park Slope townhouse redone in concrete and steel

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The current owner purchased the townhouse in 2014 and has thoroughly renovated it since

Via Corcoran

A four-story townhouse in Park Slope has returned to the market after a thoroughly modern makeover and is now asking $4.195 million. The house was pretty cute as is before the current owner scooped it for $2.357 million in 2014. Four years, and a sleek renovation later, this single-family townhouse is now seeking nearly double that price.

The red brick house opens up on to the parlor floor with the living room in the front and the kitchen toward the rear of the floor. The kitchen comes fitted with Bosch appliances, black and white surfaces and cabinets, and a cappuccino machine to boot.

A lovely wood and glass staircase leads to the garden level, which has a separate, sunken living room, and a home gym. This floor also provides access to the wood-tiered backyard, which can be seen through a glass wall at the rear of the house.

The townhouse’s four bedrooms are located on the upper two floors of the house, including the master bedroom on the third floor, which has two walk-in closets and an ensuite bathroom. Another plus is the skylit playroom/office on the top floor. In all, this townhouse measures nearly 4,000 square feet, has white oak flooring throughout, and is located just a couple of blocks away from Prospect Park.