5 Plaza Street West

Park Slope   |   Flatbush Avenue & Lincoln Place

Price Drop
Building for sale
$ 3,799,000 [ 4.79% | $ 191,000 ]
Ownership Single Family
Lot Size 18'75"x96'92"
Floors/Apts 4/1
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Per Annum] $ 25,123
Building Type Townhouse
Building Size 18'75"x72'
Year Built 1890
ASF/ASM 4,732/440
Listing ID: 54256TH

Property Description

5 Plaza Street West and Parking This grand home at nearly 5000 feet is well located in the Park Slope Historic District and features unique amenities, like a large private driveway and parking for two cars, a large mudroom with washer | dryer and many of the home's original turn of the century fixtures. Built in 1901 by Charles G. Peterson and designed by Frederick Tyrrell, this storied home pays tribute to its historic past. Decorative details include cornices, wrought iron and relief-cast limestone façade, pier mirrors, parquet hardwood flooring, wainscoting, and finely detailed millwork that exude warmth and grandeur. Within the home, you'll find a number of decorative fireplace mantles alongside original stained glass windows. The front parlor level salvages late classical details with beautiful ceiling plasterwork, hand painted with decorative vines, leaves and flowers. The master bath itself transports you to the Victorian-era complete with it's stunning claw-foot tub and custom oak vanity. Contemporary additions include the kitchens's granite countertops, sub-zero fridge, and stainless steel appliances, including a large gas range and dishwasher. A short walk through Grand Army Plaza on Saturday will deliver you to the farmers market and live music events at the bandshell in Brooklyn's Prospect Park.
5 Plaza Street West and Parking This grand home at nearly 5000 feet is well located in the Park Slope Historic District and features unique amenities, like a large private driveway and parking for two cars, a large mudroom with washer | dryer and many of the home's original turn of the century fixtures. Built in 1901 by Charles G. Peterson and designed by Frederick Tyrrell, this storied home pays tribute to its historic past. Decorative details include cornices, wrought iron and relief-cast limestone façade, pier mirrors, parquet hardwood flooring, wainscoting, and finely detailed millwork that exude warmth and grandeur. Within the home, you'll find a number of decorative fireplace mantles alongside original stained glass windows. The front parlor level salvages late classical details with beautiful ceiling plasterwork, hand painted with decorative vines, leaves and flowers. The master bath itself transports you to the Victorian-era complete with it's stunning claw-foot tub and custom oak vanity. Contemporary additions include the kitchens's granite countertops, sub-zero fridge, and stainless steel appliances, including a large gas range and dishwasher. A short walk through Grand Army Plaza on Saturday will deliver you to the farmers market and live music events at the bandshell in Brooklyn's Prospect Park.

Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Apartment Features

A/C
Washer / Dryer
5 Plaza Street West Park Slope Brooklyn NY 11217

Building Details [5 Plaza Street West]

Ownership Single Family
Service Level Voice Intercom
Access Walk-up
Block/Lot 1060/7
Building Size 18'75"x72'
Zoning R8X
Building Type Townhouse
Year Built 1890
Floors/Apts 4/1
Lot Size 18'75"x96'92"

Building Amenities

Driveway
Gated Entry
Laundry Rooms
Outdoor Parking
Private Storage
Second Entry
Single Room Occupancy
Stoop Entry

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