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412 Sackett St., Brooklyn, NY 11231

Listing Details:
$3,100,000 Price
Townhouse Property Type
Carroll Gardens Neighborhood
4 Beds
2 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Unit Garden
Unit Laundry

This fully renovated 19th Century townhouse with restored brownstone facade is on one of Carroll Gardens loveliest blocks and has wonderful light and views from every window. The desirable contemporary layout includes a wide open parlor floor with high ceilings, providing expansive space for living, dining, and preparing and sharing meals with friends and family. The well-designed kitchen has soapstone counters, zinc backsplash, Liebherr, Bosch and Electrolux appliances and a wall of custom storage. The top floor has two bedrooms, one with a walk-in closet, and there is a sky lit bath, with radiant heated floor, double sinks, a separate shower and a deep Jacuzzi tub. A large laundry closet with full-size washer dryer is also on this level. The second full bath is on the garden level between two bedrooms and this level has a separate under stoop entrance at the front and opens at the rear to a deep south-facing garden with bluestone paving and raised border planting beds. Historic details include restored staircase with skylight, two wood burning fireplaces with original marble mantles, and pocket window shutters. There are hardwood floors throughout, new windows with screens, 3-zone central air, and Fios with wiring for Ethernet in most rooms. Huge finished basement is suitable for storage or a variety of other uses. A delightful turn-key home for all seasons in a favorite Brooklyn brownstone neighborhood.

Listing courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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