A Brooklyn Brownstone Townhouse of Dreams
The minute I stepped inside this Brooklyn brownstone I could feel the sense of space and natural lighting, as a result of its 20-foot-wide foot printing, 10.5-foot large ceilings and 47-foot living off a mosaic tiled entryway. There’therefore a large scale fireplace (hello!!!) , mahogany windows boxes and beautiful molding. The dining area could be a fantasy for entertaining, overlook ’t you think? Speaking of entertaining, let’s check out the kitchen since it’s dreaaaaam! Chef’s Kitchen
OK, for the majority of us New Yorkers, a kitchen with the size (and quality!) Is a dream. There’therefore a three-seat island, custom cabinetry, and Caesarstone countertops (enjoy!) . There’s a farmhouse sink (which reminds me of this person in our shore home kitchen) and heaps of high-end appliances like a Viking fridge and Wolf six-burner stove. Oh, to possess an eat-in kitchen like this is from the city! Master Bedroom Suite
This past month ’s episode of Move In or Move On brings us from these petite, affordable homes outside west Palm Springs to this grand Brooklyn brownstone townhouse in the east coast. Originally constructed in 1910, this Brooklyn brownstone is recently remodeled with high-end finishes, modern technology, and impeccable details that honor its previous. It has the original staircase, and it can be something of beauty — test it out in my Instagram movie that I produced in partnership with StreetEasy. The 2820 square feet property is a two-family Brownstone, is in the marketplace for $2.175million plus features five bedrooms, three full baths, one powder room, a large parlor deck, and garden garden. Let’s kick off the trip … Parlor Living Room
Just like downstairs, the upstairs features the stunning 7-inch broad white oak floors, in addition to the master, you will find two additional bedrooms (with the other two on the floor that offer a perfect income producing opportunity) and a full bath. The elegant master bedroom looks over townhouse’therefore the personal garden through three windows that afford the room with lashings of natural light. I looooved the marble tile in the master bath, and of course the rain shower plus also deep-soaking tub. What do you love about this Brooklyn brownstone? See more of the space by checking outside the complete list and within my 60-second home tour movie.