A light-filled 4-story revival townhouse nestled on an elegant Park Slope lane, this stunning 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home is a tasteful fusion of contemporary utility and turn-of-the-century charm. Features of the home include bright hardwood floors, custom architectural lighting, 6 wood-burning fireplaces with completely unique mantels and surrounds, a wealth of exquisite millwork and molding, a pair of kitchens, an upgraded A/C system, and several convenient outdoor spaces.
The home begins with a formal entryway foyer that boasts its own fireplace and a large closet. Beyond the foyer sits galley kitchen, a studio bedroom, and entrances to the rear garden and cellar. The second floor—accessible via the home’s stately central staircase—contains a formal entertaining space that includes a music room flanked on either side by a living room and dining room. Both the living and dining rooms have their own fireplaces, and the entire floor has been outfitted with stealth speakers. The dining room also features original oak wainscoting, a coffered plaster ceiling, a leaded glass bay window, and an attached galley-style kitchen that has its own terrace and connects both to the primary kitchen below as well as the rear garden.
The third and fourth floors contain all of the home’s bedrooms. On the third floor resides a large second bedroom with its own fireplace as well as the home’s master suite. The master suite features a walk-in closet, a fireplace, and a beautiful ensuite bathroom with an enclosed walk-in steam shower and a separate bathtub. The fourth floor has been gut renovated to include a dazzling light well and a pair of large bedrooms. The bedrooms are each equipped with a pair of closets, heated floors, a skylight, and full ensuite bathrooms. Additionally, the bedroom facing the rear garden has a private terrace. The rooftop is ready for completion and renderings are available upon request.
848 Carroll sits just a half-block from the western edge of Prospect Park and less than three from Grand Army Plaza. And though it is close to all the restaurants and shops of 7th and Flatbush Avenues, it is secluded enough to remain private and quiet. Nearby subway lines include the 2/3/B/Q.