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Park Slope brownstone with lush Japanese garden wants $4M

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The bi-level Japanese garden comes with a pond and a cascading waterfall

Via Douglas Elliman

Located on a street lined with red-brick and brownstone homes, this lovely four-story building is on the market for $3.945 million. Currently the townhouse is divided into a renter’s unit on the lower level, and a triplex above that, but it can be converted into a single-family home, according to the broker on the property.

In all, the brownstone has six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms spread out over 3,458 square feet of space. In addition to the interior space, there’s also a bi-level Japanese garden that features a pond, a cascading waterfall, and decks made with Ipe. The house comes with a large cherry tree in the front garden.

The living room, dining room, and the eat-in kitchen are all located on the parlor floor. This floor is notable for a floor-to-ceiling mirror encased in mahogany piers, and original parquet floors. A central staircase with original oak spindles and balusters connects all floors of this late 19th century home. Three of the six bedrooms here come with ensuite baths, including the master suite on the top floor, which also has a large walk-in closet.

Other nice features in the home include the deep soaking tub in the master bathroom, exposed brick in some sections of the house, the skylight above the central staircase, the oak fireplace mantles, the central AC, and some stained glass details.