When you think of “Park Slope townhouse,” you probably picture a refined brownstone with plenty of historic character—maybe a stoop, definitely some nice architectural details.
And while this particular Park Slope townhouse, located on Fifth Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues, has plenty of character (including a large bay window and a red brick facade), its interior has been completely renovated into what the brokerbabble calls “Sunny California, mid-century modern meets Classic Park Slope.” It’s currently on the market for $3.65 million.
The home was revamped by In Situ Design, which calls the design “informal, no nonsense, [and] aesthetically trim.” That means an open concept plan on the first floor, with the living room, kitchen, and dining room all flowing into one another; a wall of windows beyond that leads to a sleek patio and nicely sized backyard. The color palette is neutral—lots of white and gray with some pops of blue—and walnut accents can be found throughout. The midcentury vibes are, indeed, strong—and picture-perfect.
The second floor has the home’s three bedrooms, along with a washer/dryer, and the entire third floor is given over to a media room. There’s also a basement that’s not exactly magazine-worthy, but has plenty of potential (it’s currently being used as a home office).
This chic home at 328 Fifth Street is listed with Anthony Robles, Aran Scott, Peter Perez and Susan S. Lee of Douglas Elliman.