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Historic Cobble Hill brownstone with garden wants $3.6M

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The four-story house comes with two fireplaces

Photos: Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

There are plenty of charming historic houses in Cobble Hill and the latest one to catch our eye is this brownstone on Kane Street, which just hit the market, asking $3.6 million.

It has an appealing facade with a rounded doorway, similar to the other homes that line the street. Inside, the four-story home has four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, four closets, a washer/dryer and storage in its cellar, and a garden. Some details that add to the house’s charm include its two gas fireplaces, inlaid hardwood floors, moldings, and modern light fixtures.

The house, which sits within the Cobble Hill Historic District, is part of a group of 18 houses developed by lawyer Gerard W. Morris between 1849 and 1854, according to the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s designation report.

Located at 222 Kane Street, the property is listed with Lindsay Barton Barrett, Christina Abad, and Cristina Criado of Douglas Elliman. Taxes mount to $505/month.

The brownstone’s facade has a rounded doorway.
The dining area.
One of the bedrooms, which comes with a gas fireplace.
The house’s kitchen area.