In Brooklyn’s Fillmore Historic District of Williamsburg, this three-story townhouse is 136-years old.
The living room and first floor are all one room with 19′ height ceilings, exposed brick walls painted white, and a custom-built wood-burning fireplace, and stockings that are hung with care. The kitchen is at the rear end of the townhouse on the same floor, with stone countertops and high-end appliances by Wolf, SubZero, and Bosch.
The second floor is a library/hallway and with one of the four bedrooms. The master suite is on the top floor, and with a large dressing room, and windowed en-suite master bath.
The basement has a guest room with bath and the rec room. No mention of a backyard and/ or roof deck, which I would want for house with a price tag of $3.7 million. But as they say, you can’t have everything.
(Photos, Corcoran; via NY Curbed)