Crown Heights Townhouse Unit With Console Mirror, Fretwork, Dishwasher Asks $3,000

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Built as an apartment around the turn of the last century, this top-floor pad has a flexible layout with six rooms, original character, and an updated kitchen with a dishwasher. It’s in a bow-fronted townhouse in the Weeksville section of Crown Heights that has been in the same family since 1982.

The circa 1900 golden-brick house at 1385 Park Place is an original two-family with brownstone trim, a low stoop, and a swag- and wreath-adored metal cornice. Original details inside the floor-through apartment include high ceilings, a console mirror, fretwork, moldings, six-panel doors, and built-ins.

Configured with a double parlor in front, dining room with beamed ceiling and kitchen in the rear, the layout also includes an interior bedroom with two original built-in wardrobes. A smaller bedroom over the front door has a closet and can fit a twin bed.

It all looks very well maintained, with new wood floors in the main rooms and tile in the hallway and kitchen. With a window, original wainscot molding, and tin ceiling, said kitchen has been updated with wood cabinets, a stone counter, tile backsplash, microwave, and dishwasher.

A photo in an old listing shows a standard modern bathroom with tub and beige tile. While there is no floor plan, the unit appears to have five closets, including one in the smallest bedroom, a niche topped with a cupboard in the hall, and a recently added double wide closet in the rear room (visible in an old listing).

Listed by Compass agent JoAnn McFarlane Ebanks, the apartment is priced at $3,000 a month. Worth it?

[Listing: 1385 Park Place, #2 | Broker: Compass] GMAP

living rom with pier mirror, wall moldings, picture rail and fretwork

living rom with pier mirror, wall moldings, picture rail and fretwork

view into living room with fretwork in the doorway

hallway with chair rail

kitchen with wood cabinets and white tile walls with green accent tile

kitchen with wood cabinets and a dishwasher

beamed ceiling painted white

bedroom with built-in storage and a picture rail

bedroom with wall moldings

row of bow fronted pale brick row houses

The house in 2021. Photo by Nicholas Strini for PropertyShark

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