Modern 19th Century Charm in Prime Park Slope
Modern comfort meets old world allure in this lovely triplex townhouse with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a spacious multi-level backyard with a fire-pit. A classic redbrick façade and gated front garden belies interiors marked by beautiful hardwood floors, upgraded triple-pane Pella sash windows, and marble bathrooms. Enchanting 19th century details include exposed brick accents, pocket doors, decorative fireplaces, and stained glass windows.
The garden level of the triplex begins with a discreet foyer and flows into an open plan dining room and kitchen. Custom built-ins flank an ornamental brick fireplace in the dining area. The kitchen is adorned with marble tile floors, custom cabinets, a peninsula, sleek countertops, a tiled backsplash, and a suite of stainless steel appliances. Beyond the kitchen is a full bathroom and a den, perfect as a guest suite, that leads down to the backyard.
On the parlor level is a sun-splashed living room anchored by a decorative fireplace and showpiece staircase with elegant spindles. Pocket doors lead into a quiet bedroom or study with built-in storage and a washbasin feature typical of the time when the home was constructed.
The upper level has a split-wing bedroom layout with a pristine full bathroom in between. Both bedrooms are spacious and bright with high ceilings, and the bathroom has black marble floors, white subway tile walls, a pedestal sink, and a jetted soaking tub.
A basement level is a massive open space used for laundry and storage.
641 Baltic Street is nestled on a quiet tree-lined street close to vibrant pedestrian strips and dozens of trendy restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops. It is close to Boerum Hill, Prospect Heights, Clinton Hill, and Downtown Brooklyn, and it is a few blocks from Barclays Center, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and City Point. Prospect Park and Fort Greene Park are close by, and public transportation options include the LIRR and 2/3/4/5/B/D/N/Q/R subway lines.