A gut-renovated single-family townhouse nestled on a tree-lined street in prime Park Slope, this 5-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home is a portrait of contemporary Brooklyn luxury. Features of this 15’ x 45’ house include a classic redbrick façade, gorgeous hardwood floors, huge windows, central heating and cooling, a finished cellar, several custom built-ins, a collection of high-end finishes and fixtures, a laundry room with a sink and a washer/dryer, and a private stone-paved backyard with wood fencing along the sides, a rear brick wall, and a tree.
The parlor level of the home features a stunning herringbone pattern hardwood floor and contains the main living and dining space. Beyond a closet-adorned entryway and sitting area the home flows into a luminous, open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen. The living room leads out onto a charming balcony that has access to the backyard, and the kitchen is equipped with a massive eat-in island, custom white cabinetry, sleek marble countertops and backsplashes, and a suite of fully-integrated high-end appliances.
The garden level possesses a large family room, a wet bar, and a bedroom that has a private close and easy access to a half-bath and an additional full bathroom.
The second and third levels of the house are reserved for a quartet of spacious bedrooms, a convenient laundry room, and an open den. The master bedroom sits on the second level and boasts a large window that overlooks the backyard, a trio of built-ins, a cavernous walk-in closet, and a sublime en-suite bathroom with marble walls and floors, dual vanity sinks, a step-in shower, and a free standing bathtub. The second bedroom has a trio of street-facing windows, and the remaining two bedrooms on the third level each have private closet space and easy access to a large full bathroom with dual vanity sinks and pocket doors that can section off the toilet, the bathtub, and the vanity. A huge skylight imbues the den with natural light.
321A 4th Street is situated in the heart of Park Slope. It sits across the street from JJ Byrne Playground, Washington Park, and the historic Old Stone House, and is just four blocks from Prospect Park. It is surrounded by a wide range of restaurants, bars, shops, and cafes. Nearby subway lines include the F/G/R.