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Park Slope townhouse with massive shared garden seeks $3.9M

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The townhouse sits on a 150-foot deep lot that’s part of a large shared courtyard

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Leave the ritzy shared courtyard of the MacDougal-Sullivan Gardens Historic District to the likes of Anna Wintour; this newly listed Park Slope townhouse offers a similar amenity at a fraction of the cost.

The Garfield Place townhouse is charming in the ways that many a Park Slope townhouse is, but comes with the unique amenity of a shared interior courtyard where neighborhood kids can play unhindered behind the block’s brownstone and brick facades.

The townhouse at 171 Garfield Street sits on a whopping 150-foot-deep lot that contributes to that joint courtyard. (Sorry, there are no pictures with the listing but the home’s dedicated website has one.)

And the townhouse itself isn’t too shabby: the four-story house comes with a finished basement (furnished with a kids rock climbing wall, just in case there was any doubt that this is a child’s paradise) and sports some desirable upgrades.

The parlor floor has been updated with an open kitchen layout and includes a Wolf range, SubZero refrigerator, and Miele dishwasher as well as a sprawling center island with a butcher block countertop.

The townhouse’s second floor gives way to two bedrooms, a laundry room, and a bathroom with a classic clawfoot tub. The top floor holds the master suite, including the large en suite bathroom with a separate water closet and massive shower. The ground floor also includes a bedroom with an en suite bathroom as well as a wet bar and garden lounge.

For all this, the townhouse is asking $3.9 million with Compass.