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Stunning, historic Park Slope townhouse asks $5.9M

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The gorgeous brownstone was designed by C.P.H. Gilbert

Photos: Allyson Lubow/courtesy The Corcoran Group

A gorgeous Romanesque Revival townhouse, located in Park Slope’s Historic District between Eighth Avenue and Prospect Park West, is now on the market for $5.9 million.

The 4,950-square-foot single-family house (which could be used as a two-family home as well), at 60 Montgomery Place, has four floors, seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, a green roof with room for seating, and a back patio.

The pre-war brownstone was built between 1889 and 1890 and designed by C.P.H. Gilbert for Manhattan merchant Thomas Van Loan, according to the historic designation report.

It features wood floors throughout and two of the recently renovated bathrooms have floor tiles handmade in Morocco. The living area has a crystal chandelier that is original to the home, according to the listing, and there are plenty of windows and a marble fireplace.

The roof deck boasts views of Prospect Park and the green roof offers views to Downtown Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, and the neighborhood’s green spaces.

Located at 60 Montgomery Place, the listing is with Charlie Pigott, Candace Shemmer, and Jackie Torren of Corcoran. Annual taxes for the property will be $17,264.