$6,895,000 $7,995,000
Updated 20 hours ago
Park Slope, Brooklyn | 8th Ave & Prospect Park West
11 Rooms4 Beds4.5 Baths3,624 Square FeetMulti-Family

$6,895,000 $7,995,000
floors / apts4 / 2
Lot Size20'x95'
Built Size20'x42'
Building TypeTownhouse
RE Taxes$24,431
Price Per SF

Outdoor space and views

  • Frontyard
  • Garden
  • Patio
  • Terrace

Building Amenities

  • Garden

Property Description

New York City's premier, award-winning design/build firm, AE Greyson, presents this reconfigured, redesigned and reimagined bespoke home. Built in 1909, it offers four bedrooms, four and a half baths, approximately 4,000 sf of living space. The location is non-pareil: It is situated on historic Third Street, the grand boulevard leads to Olmstead & Vaux's Prospect Park and proximal to some of the most desired public and private schools in the city. The unique detailing, fine finishes, impeccably sourced materials, and top-tier hardware, fixtures and fittings have made it a model of refinement and sophistication, meticulously crafted and customized to exacting standards. A gracious vestibule with a coat closet, under-stair storage and powder room give way to a well-proportioned formal dining room that then opens onto a sunny wraparound patio through French doors. The superb sun-strewn kitchen is a marvelous marriage of French walnut and stainless steel, with plentiful floor-to-ceiling storage, banquette and premium appliances. A long glass wall with sliders faces a granite patio, complete with a built-in piped-gas grill, raised planting beds and ipe fencing for privacy. The staircase, a faithful replica of the original, leads to the second floor where an English brown oak library is appointed with a full wall of bookcases and wet bar. A expansive terrace is finished in quarter-cut travertine. The living room has a four-windowed bay and a wood-burning fireplace with a carved marble surround. A lavish full bath boasts marble floor, shower and vanity. The third floor comprises the primary suite: a king-sized sun-bathed bedroom with window seat, a dressing galley with 12 English brown oak closets and overhead storage. The luxurious bath has a tumbled mosaic tiled floor, oversized walk-in shower, a carved marble double vanity and a cast-iron whirlpool tub. Upstairs are twin bedrooms designed with built-in desks flanked by inset wardrobes and en suite baths with custom vanities. The washer/dryer and linen storage are neatly tucked away on this level. From here, the stair transitions from oak to travertine and bronze and leads you to a sunny sanctuary/home office. This aerie offers vast views of the Manhattan skyline, a wall of millwork cabinets, a wet bar with an under-counter fridge and icemaker. Wired for Sonos and Wi-Fi, you can also take calls from the ipe wood terrace that overlooks brownstone rooftops. The basement is a perfect work space/recreation room/playroom and has been finished with painted millwork. There is 100-amp electrical service and copious storage. The house has five-zone central air and three zones for heat with Nest HVAC app-based controls. While the redesign of this house is as refined and sophisticated as one will encounter, you'll come away with how eminently livable it is. Spanning four full stories, plus a jewel box of a fifth-floor study, and a fully finished basement, this house is built around themes that lend continuity and serenity and would delight the likes of Mies van der Rohe. It is a striking and unique standout in this neighborhood of Victorian brownstones.

Listing History

$6,895,000 [-$1,100,000] [13.8%]
Price Drop by Judith Lief
Back on the Market by Judith Lief

Building Details

Building TypeTownhouse
Year Built1901
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Transit and Citi Bike


7 Av
0.32 miles

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Park Slope | Brooklyn

Quick Profile

Boasting beautiful tree-lined streets, brownstones and a range of activities for all age groups, Park Slope is consistently ranked as one of New York’s most desirable neighborhoods. Filled with lush parks and greenery, the neighborhood is also known for its rare combination of excellent public schools, award-winning restaurants, nightlife, small independently owned businesses and community gardens.

Situated at the western slope of Prospect Park, the neighborhood is divided into different sections: North Slope, Center Slope and South Slope. Depending on who you ask, of course, the definitions of where these borders end and begin may vary (is the divide between North and Center deemed Union Street, Garfield Place, 1st Street or 3rd Street? The one between Center and South 6th Street, 9th Street, 11th Street or 15th Street?). 

Regardless of what part of the Slope you find yourself on, there’s no shortage of architectural beauty. From row houses to brownstones to mansions, the idyllic setting of the neighborhood is further enhanced by its Romanesque and Renaissance Revival styles. Case in point of this is also two of the area’s most well-known churches, Park Slope United Methodist Church and Saint Augustine Roman Catholic Church. 

Revered for its family-friendly appeal, Park Slope is often regarded as one of the best places to raise a family in New York City. That said, it doesn’t mean that parents don’t know how to have a good time... a slew of bars constantly opening in the neighborhood ranging from the high-end cocktail saloon to the dive (well, by Park Slope standards, anyway). 

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OLR ID: 84531TH