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Peggy Aguayo

Peggy Aguayo
Park Slope - Fifth Avenue Office

Justin Goldstein

Justin Goldstein
Park Slope - Fifth Avenue Office

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Park Slope Four-Family Brick With Mantels Original Tile Shutters Asks 3 396 Million



Here’s a late 19th century brick and brownstone townhouse in Park Slope that could work as a rehab project or an investment property. Located at 710 Degraw Street between 4th and 5th avenues, it’s a four-story with an apartment on each floor, with near 4,000 square feet in total.

The listing promises “many original details,” including mantels, moldings, tile work and pocket doors; there are also some original wood floors to be seen.

The house has five decorative fireplaces; two of the three pictured have elaborate Queen Anne style wooden mantels with colorful tile. There are also original shutters, wood paneling, the original stair and what appears to be an original lilac-and-white geometric tiled bathroom floor.

Going by the floor plan, the house appears to be an original three-family, with two identical railroad-style floor-through apartments on the top two floors over an owner’s garden duplex that had been converted to two units by 1946, when a certificate of occupancy was issued.

The top two apartments are the type with kitchen and baths to the side and small bedrooms clustered in the center. These originally had windows, according to the floor plan, but were recently covered over by a new building next door that replaced a garage.

Two renovated kitchens are pictured. Each unit has its own washer/dryer, and the garden unit has a dishwasher. The apartment on the parlor floor has a deck in the rear.

The listing offers no word on the mechanicals or the overall condition of the building, which has been under the same ownership for near two decades. Some work may well be needed; certainly anyone who fancies creating an owner’s duplex or triplex will have their work cut out for them.

Listed by Peggy Aguayo and Justin Goldstein of Halstead, the house is asking $3.396 million. A reasonable ask, based on the evidence presented?

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

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