Flawlessly renovated with no expense spared and integrating original details with modern conveniences, this exquisite 2+BR/3BA lower duplex offers 2000 square feet of living space along with a tremendous private garden oasis. On the gracious main parlor level are soaring ceilings, original moldings, tin ceilings, pocket shutters, restored woodwork, decorative fireplaces, glistening 4-inch oak floors, period-appropriate lighting, and exposed brick. The state-of-the-art kitchen opens to a spacious and elegant living/dining room, which is perfect for entertaining and daily living. Designed with the epicure in mind, the tastefully remodeled kitchen boasts high-end stainless steel appliances (including a a professional range, a built-in Thermador refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher), custom cabinetry, white quartz countertops, a rustic wooden backsplash, and a breakfast counter. There are two generously-proportioned bedrooms, one of which offer an upscale renovated en-suite bath. Another stylish full bath rounds out this level. This level also features central air conditioning with a Nest thermostat.
The finished English basement, which has its own entrance, is truly cavernous in size and can be used for additional sleeping space, as a family room, home fitness center, storage, or all of the above. A wet bar with a refrigerator makes the space ideal for entertainment, and polished concrete floors add an industrial-chic vibe. There is a laundry room with an LG washer-dryer and a sink and a full updated bathroom on this level. The stunning and deep garden can be accessed from one of the bedrooms and is beautifully finished with paver stones and teak fencing, benches, and planters.
The townhome is centrally located on 9th Street in the trendy Gowanus neighborhood on the Park Slope border, amid hip new shops, restaurants, and bars, and just a half block from the F/G/R trains and several blocks from Whole Foods.
Heat and hot water included. Broker fee. Absolutely no dogs, please. One (1) cat with references on approval. Available July 15th.