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For $3.5M, a Federal-style Park Slope townhouse with a backyard

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The townhouse sports original features alongside new upgrades

The parlor floor is divided between a living room, dining room, and wet bar.
Stefano Ukmar

Five years after selling for $2.38 million, a Park Slope property around the corner from Barclays Center and all the transportation options thereabout has returned to the market. The four-bedroom townhouse is now seeking $3.5 million, and has gotten some nice upgrades to help merit the price jump.

The bulk of those upgrades are found in the sleek new kitchen with custom walnut cabinetry, Cloudburst Caesarstone countertops, and new high-end appliances on the house’s garden level. The kitchen leads into a family room at the rear of the house with exposed steel and wood beams and a wall of glass that overlooks the house’s backyard, including a whimsical treehouse.

The parlor floor features original wide-plank pumpkin pine floor and is divided between a living room, a dining room with a wood-burning fireplace, and a small wet bar. The upper two floors share four bedrooms and two full baths that have been upgraded, as well as a petite office (or walk-in closet) and playroom.

The property is on the market with Terry Naini of Brown Harris Stevens.

A formal living room is right off the townhouse’s parlor floor entrance.

Some of the bedrooms feature decorative mantles.