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338 1st St., Brooklyn, NY 11215

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$3,585,000 Price
Single-Family Townhouse Property Type
Park Slope Neighborhood
4 Beds
3 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$665 RET
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Unit Garden
Unit Laundry

New to market! Charm and location vie for first place in describing this c.1886 brownstone on one of Park Slope's loveliest and leafiest blocks. Used as a luxurious one-family, the house has wonderful flow. Tour the garden level, from its front study to center living room to an oversized dining room to the rear kitchen, which opens onto a private south-facing evergreen sanctuary. The kitchen is appointed with Bosch dishwasher, a vented Bertazzoni stove and Fisher & Paykel fridge. This floor also offers a full bath and Miele washer and dryer. The back garden is surrounded by a cedar fence and cherry laurel, and the ample patio is tiled in sandstone. Up one flight, the parlor floor hosts two large bedrooms - one front, one rear - with a center dressing room. The rear bedroom, quiet and sun-strewn, has an en-suite bath and sliding doors that open onto an ipe deck, fashioned with planters and an irrigation system. Sip a glass of wine or an espresso and glimpse the cardinals and blue jays. The third floor has a rear-facing studio and a bedroom drenched in sunlight. The front bedroom and alcove have been joined to allow for myriad furniture arrangements. A walk-in closet, conveniently located in the hall, is perfect for seasonal clothes swapping. The basement, clean and fully functional with good ceiling height and concrete floors, has a new AO Smith hot-water heater and Burnham boiler. Tin ceilings, Lincrusta wallcoverings, built-in shutters and oak floors are only some of the details you'll find throughout the house that infuse it with 19th-century detail. A short walk in either direction brings you to Park Slope's coveted retail and food scene, Washington Park and the Old Stone House, P.S. 321 and M.S. 51 and the B67 and R train. If living in Park Slope has been your dream, 338 First Street can be your reality.

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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