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19th-century Cobble Hill townhouse with verdant backyard wants $4.75M

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The four-story home features four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms

Via Corcoran

A gorgeous, late 19th century townhouse in Cobble Hill is on the market after a modern makeover, and is asking $4.75 million. The four-story townhouse has four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a spacious, 40-foot-deep landscaped backyard.

One of the standout features of the home can be found on the garden level: a double height eat-in kitchen that has a wall of windows that look out on to the garden. The kitchen here comes fitted with a bunch of swanky appliances including a Sub Zero refrigerator, a Bosch dishwasher, and a Viking wall oven. There’s also plenty of counter space and cabinetry in the kitchen, which is always a plus.

A curved staircase in the kitchen leads to the the formal living room on the parlor floor, which has a wood-burning fireplace. The living room stretches to the front of the house with a large window looking out on to Strong Place, where this house is located.

The townhouse’s four bedrooms are all located on the top two floors, with two bedrooms on each floor, and one bathroom on each floor. One of the bedrooms on the third floor has a private deck that looks out on to the garden.

Overall the townhouse features central A/C, new oak floors, skim-coated walls, thermopane windows, and built-ins.