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Striking Colonial Revival house in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens wants $3M

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The detached home has a ton of curb appeal

Photos: Anthony Costa/Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

On Fenimore Street, within the Prospect-Lefferts Gardens Historic District, a stunning Colonial Revival detached home has hit the market, asking $2.995 million.

The house has been fully renovated, and though it may not have all of its original details, it has plenty of old-world charm. The original home, per the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s designation report, was built in 1896 and was one of the first structures to be constructed in the district.

Now, the property has a front side garden (which ramps up its curb appeal) and a wood paneled facade. Inside, there are five bedrooms, five bathrooms, large windows, a “statement” wooden staircase, and beamed ceilings. There’s also a tranquil back garden, a nook with a window bench on the first floor, and skylights on the third level.

It’s located at 115 Fenimore Street, between Flatbush and Bedford avenues, steps from Prospect Park and near the Q train at Parkside Avenue. Taxes are $546/month.

Jeffery L. Welch and Matthew Melinger of Brown Harris Stevens have the listing.

The home’s kitchen has subway tile backsplash and a large island.
The house’s wooden staircase.
The home’s foyer.
One of its bedrooms with three large windows.
The top floor with its skylights.