A classic example of Park Slope’s historic architecture has just hit the market, asking $3.995 million.
The three-story, 3,400-square-foot brownstone, which sits in Park Slope’s historic district, has five bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a large landscaped patio. It also has several wood-burning fireplaces, two walk-in closets, and old-world details including a pier mirror, a spiral staircase, and Eastlake-era trim over windows and doorways.
The kitchen and one of the bathrooms underwent a renovation in 2015, according to city records. The kitchen boasts Carrara marble, stainless steel appliances, and wine storage. Both full bathrooms have marble finishes.
Built in the late 19th century by John Monas, the house is part of a row of Neo-Grec brownstones, between 92 and 98 Park Place, that kept several details from the time in their facades, including their cast iron handrails.
It’s located at 94 Park Place, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, near the B and Q trains at Seventh Avenue, and an 11-minute walk to Prospect Park.
Taxes for the property are $953/month. Jessica Buchman and Kristin Miller of Corcoran have the listing.