Situated on a historic block on St. Marks Avenue that is closed to traffic, this townhouse built in 1897 has over 4,000 square feet of interior space plus a full cellar. It has been carefully upgraded without compromising the original details that distinguish this elegant home. It is built on an extra-large, 110-foot deep lot and is configured as an upper triplex with a garden floor-through. Situated in the Crown Heights North Historic District III, 930 St Marks Avenue is done in the Romanesque Revival style with a projecting curved bay on the garden, parlor and third floors. The facade has a rusticated stone base and first floor, and blond brick on the top two floors. The top floor features arched windows with stone banding and archivolts.
Enter the home up the L-Shaped stairs through the original wood and glass double-leaf doors into the parlor level which leads to a sumptuous formal living room and separate dining room. Towards the back is an eat-in kitchen with a pantry and a view out the back to the garden below. The third floor has a master suite with an en-suite bathroom. There is another bedroom in the back with its own powder room that can be a library or sitting room. The top floor boasts four bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The garden level can be a guest apartment or an extension of the triplex with a secondary kitchen. It has separate entrances for both the front and backyards.
The home is decorated with beautiful hand-crafted original detail including wainscoting, pocket doors, pocket shutters, original hardwood floors and 10 -foot ceilings. There are six bedroom, six decorative fireplaces, three full bathrooms and two powder rooms. The townhouse has been updated with new kitchens and bathrooms. Floors have been restored and/or replaced throughout.
930 St. Marks Avenue is located on a stunning block and is close to many subway lines including the 2, 3, 4, and 5 on Eastern Parkway, and the A and C lines on Fulton. It is a block from the Children's Museum. This is a great opportunity to invest in one of Brooklyn's most beautiful historic neighborhoods.