Classic two-family Greek revival townhouse, built in 1899, in the heart Fort Greene's Historic District
Neighbor of Time Out Magazine's "Best Block in the City" winner
Award-winning craftsmanship, brilliant marriage of traditional and contemporary design
One of few houses overlooking idyllic Fort Greene Park
This classic, two-family townhouse is located in the heart of Fort Greene's Historic District. Built in 1899, the 3756 sq ft traditional Greek Revival building sits in an ideal spot, overlooking charming Fort Greene Park. It offers two luxury rental units: an upper triplex with two rear private decks, and a bottom duplex with a lush rear garden.
The project is a masterpiece showcase of how to successfully blend contemporary design and traditional features. The original details have been meticulously restored, including the rare Mahogany staircase, ornate crown plaster molding and marble fireplace mantels, while the modern layout features end-grain and Brazilian teak hardwood floors, loft-like top floor with four electric skylights and built-in automatic cinema screen/projector, a teak exterior deck, as well as truly unique, Architectural Digest inspired bathroom designs, such as the "Wave" bathroom.