Fort Greene Brownstone With Tamara Eaton Inside, Sunroom, Sauna, Developed-ins Asks $7 Million
This 1860s Italianate has experienced really a transformation considering that it was a crumbling shell on the market in 2014. Although a marble mantel could be spotted amidst the decaying plaster, 6 South Oxford Road experienced a gap in the roof and was need of a top-to-bottom renovation. The subsequent overhaul by architect Amy Shakespeare with an inside by designer Tamara Eaton integrated customized crafted-ins and a prime flooring sun space.
Park Slope Townhouse Two-Bed room With Mantels, Balcony Overlooking Park Asks $1.2 Million
This two-bed room co-op in a 19th century townhouse has a entrance-experiencing balcony with sights of Prospect Park, which is just across the road. Though the unit is compact, it has a quantity of pleasing options, together with two mantels.
The Insider: Fort Greene Loved ones Unveils Townhouse Reno With Stylish Global Decor
As soon as in a exceptional even though, a Brownstoner reader submits pics of a property looking so polished and all-of-a-piece that we cannot go it up for The Insider. These was the circumstance with this Civil War-period brownstone, whose homeowners Jen Laughlin and Ghislain Thierry introduced to our consideration after their very long, drawn-out renovation was lastly complete.
The Insider: Cobble Hill Italianate Regains Original Polish in Painstaking Higher-Conclusion Reno
When it was constructed in the mid-19th century, this four-tale row dwelling was an tasteful a person-family dwelling. As time went on, it was chopped up into residences and denuded of just about all historic detail, inside of and out. New property owners hired The Brooklyn Studio to reverse the degradation and restore the home — not slavishly, but fairly near to its primary appearance — to after once more provide gracious living for a solitary, fortuitous relatives of five.
Quirky Brick House Near Barclays in Prospect Heights With Office environment, Garden Asks $5,000 a Thirty day period
This strange small dwelling in the vicinity of Barclays in Prospect Heights when experienced steady doors and a printer in home, the outdated tax image reveals, although an 1888 map identified it as a carpenter’s store. Now it is a two-bedroom house with business office, property and present day updates, including a constructed-in media middle and inventive wrought-iron stair encompass.