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Located in Brooklyn's Park Slope Historic District, between Eighth Avenue and Prospect Park West, 44 Montgomery Place is a five story modified Romanesque Revival home designed in 1881 by C.P.H. Gilbert.
Situated on one of Park Slopes most picturesque streets, this five bedroom, four bathroom home is approximately 4,520 sq. ft. on a lot sized approximately 20 x 100 ft. FAR 5,690 sf.
A new owner may want to keep the historic design and convert it back to its original layout as a stunning, spacious single family home, with original wood floors, cabinetry, pocket doors and stain glass accents throughout, or keep its current conversion as a grand two family dwelling with a rental apartment.
The parlor floor is divided into a large living room, dining room and kitchen with a pantry. The grand staircase in the living area leads to the second floor, where there are two generously sized bedrooms on opposite sides of the hallway with a bathroom, boasting beautifully designed tiles from the 1950's situated in between. The third floor has a laundry room, a walk in closet, a bathroom featuring a huge, original claw foot tub and two enormous bedrooms, one with a wall of five large windows overlooking the Juliet balcony. The fourth floor features an enormous area that can easily accommodate an office, or family room. There is a cedar closet, two huge closets, extra storage space and a sauna that leads to the roof, perfect for a deck or roof top garden.
The separate studio apartment, on the garden level is thoughtfully renovated with wood cabinetry, updated kitchen appliances, a shower stall bathroom and a spacious garden.
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