Bed Stuy Brownstone Triplex With Mantels, Yard Asks $9,250


An upper triplex in a Bed Stuy townhouse has handsome mantels with colorful tile, central air, and a deck with steps down to the backyard. It’s located at 285 A Halsey Street, a 16.25-foot-wide brick and brownstone row house with arches, terra-cotta details, and original ironwork.

It’s laid out with living room, dining room, and kitchen on the parlor floor. Above are two more floors with five bedrooms; bathrooms total 3.5.

Running throughout the parlor level are herringbone floors and whimsical woodwork with strappy details. Both parlors have carved wood mantels with Minton-style tile in shades of green, yellow, and blue. In the rear parlor is the mostly white kitchen with an island with room for seating.

The upper levels are more modern, with new floors and larger expanses of exposed brick, although one carved wood mantel is still in place. The bathrooms appear newly renovated, with classic white subway tile and marble details. A stacked washer/dryer is in a closet on the top floor.

In the garden is a brick patio, raised wooden deck with built-in seating, fire pit, and grill. The triplex also comes with a dedicated storage space in the basement, according to the floor plan.

Listed by Chrisette Mignott and Perri DeFino of Compass, the unit is priced at $9,250 a month. What do you think?

[Listing: 285 A Halsey Street, Unit 2 | Broker: Compass] GMAP

kitchen with white cabinets and a center island

bedroom with dark floor, exposed brick walls and three windows

bedroom with dark floor and some exposed brick

bedroom with exposed brick wall

bedroom with two windows and a closet

bedroom with exposed brick and a wood mantel

bathroom with gray vanity white subway tile and blue painted walls

bathroom with shower and white subway tile

bathroom with double vanity, glass shower and a tub

rear yard with paved area and step up to a deck with an area of faux grass

brownstone and red brick exterior of the row house

floorplan showing three floors of living space with storage in basement

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