Take advantage of this very special opportunity to call this prime Stuyvesant Heights Landmark brownstone your new home and start each day with a stroll on perhaps the prettiest, tree-lined block in Brooklyn!
This Italianate style residence was built in 1899 and is exceptional in every way starting with its enormous 21 x 120 lot and impressive 21 X 57 floor plate. The highly unusual 21 width can be felt on every floor and will have you forever forgetting about the limitations of 18 foot homes. The house is truly massive at 4,018 square feet, spanning over 4 floors with 12 rooms, 7 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Additionally, the 880 square foot basement can easily be built out for a home gym, media room or den, bringing the total square footage to a whopping 4,898. Pulling all this wonderful and sought-after size together are the floor-to-ceilings windows throughout and the 12-foot ceilings on the parlor floor.
The homes set back from the street and over-sized lot provides for a sprawling 27 foot front yard as well as a 40 foot backyard. The seller certainly took advantage of the outdoor opportunity by creating two stunning green spaces complete with a custom-built pergola, blue stone pavers, irrigation systems and the most stunning selection of plantings this side of the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. Even the fence embellishing the front garden is gorgeous with its intricate period motif!
Original details include 6 marble fireplaces, exposed brick, wedding cake moldings, ceiling medallions, lattice bordered hardwood floors, original pocket doors, parlor doors, beautifully carved posts, handrails and balusters adorning the entire staircase. Smart and tasteful additions include a split system central AC on all floors, solar panels that produce significant savings, a mix of modern lighting along with multiple elegant chandeliers and upgraded electrical including WiFi enabled lighting.
Options with how you use the home are plentiful as the current layout can work both as a massive single family or a two-family with income options.
You certainly wont be making concessions with this much space!
121 MacDonough is conveniently located within a few blocks of the A/C trains on Fulton Ave, which makes Manhattan a short 20-25 minutes commute. Nearby amenities include The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, Grand Army Plaza Library, Brooklyn Zoo, Prospect Park. Fantastic restaurant in the options include Peaches, Kleinbergs, Seraghinas, Doris, Angelas and Beso.
Act quickly as brownstones on this historic and picturesque block dont become available often.