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For $2.75M, a ‘loft-like’ Crown Heights townhouse with a one-bedroom rental

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It has a ton of rustic details

A living area with hardwood floors, high ceilings, and wood beams in its ceilings. Photos: DD Reps for Mike+Marta Team/Courtesy of Compass

Following a gut renovation, this rustic three-story Crown Heights home has hit the market, asking $2.75 million. The house was transformed from a prewar structure with original details to a loft-like, airy space with a garden and terrace. (If you’re curious to see what it looked like before, here’s the 2013 listing on Brownstoner.)

The 4,040-square-foot property has six bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a large living room, and an open kitchen. Some noteworthy details include its exposed wood beams (which run along the ceiling and hang on the walls as bookshelves), large windows, and gold foil wallpaper.

Its lower levels can be used as a three-bedroom rental (which, per the listing, currently earns the owner $50K/year), while the owner’s duplex is on the upper levels.

The home is located at 660 Saint Marks Avenue, between Rogers and Nostrand avenues, near the Franklin Avenue Shuttle train at Park Place.

Marta Maletz, Mike Davis, Saul Shapiro, and Zina Raslan of Compass have the listing. Taxes for the property are $383/month.

A foyer with hardwood floors, a staircase, a beige rug, and gold-foil wallpaper in one of its walls.
A kitchen with wood beams in its ceilings and white cabinetry.
A living area with hardwood floors, a white couch, and a green book shelf.
A bedroom with a small bed, large windows, hardwood floors, and white walls.
A terrace with wooden fencing, a grill, several planters, and two chairs.
A kitchen with white cabinetry and an island.