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For $3.2M, a 108-year-old Prospect Park South home with backyard hot tub

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The home spans 4,500 square feet and includes plenty of yard space

Photos courtesy Brown Harris Stevens.

“This Mediterranean Revival home is a show-stopper” says the brokerbabble for this $3.195 million home in Prospect Park South, and we must admit, we’re inclined to agree.

The house dates back to 1910 and encompasses 4,500 square feet across four levels with six bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. It’s filled with classic architectural details like coffered ceilings, original wood floors, stained glass, a carved oak staircase, bay windows with a built-in seat, elaborate wall moldings, and wooden columns. The spacious kitchen features two windows that allow for plenty of light, plenty of wood cabinetry, open shelves, a decorative fireplace, and a small eat-in nook.

The main level gives way to an entry hall with a wood-burning fireplace, the living room, kitchen, a large dining room, a sun room, sitting room, game room, a laundry area, and a pantry. The second and third floors accommodate the bedrooms and most of the bathrooms, along with an artist’s studio and plenty of storage space. There is a full basement on hand as well.

Outdoor space is well supplied with this property: There is landscaped front yard with a porch, while the verdant backyard features a hot tub, built-in seating, and lots of space for outdoor entertaining.