350 6th Ave
350 6th Ave – Townhouse
Park Slope
Real Estate Tax: $1,090/mo
7 Bedrooms
4 Bathrooms
Subway Lines
350 6th Avenue
20 4.25 30

This stately 4123-square-foot, 4-story, 4-family residence, built in 1920, spans 19.83 feet x 54 feet and sits gracefully on a 76.92-foot lot along 6th Avenue, nestled between 4th and 5th Streets in the heart of Park Slope. Cherished and meticulously maintained by the same family for decades, this property presents an array of opportunities for both living and investment. With a projected 5% cap rate and the potential for conversion into a private residence or premium condos, all within a highly coveted location, this property is a rare find.

Each unit exudes charm, characterized by lofty ceilings, intricate moldings, expansive views, in-unit laundry, and proximity to local amenities. Modern kitchens are equipped with ample cabinetry and updated appliances, while the residence is adorned with elegant slate decorative mantels, bay front windows, soaring ceilings, and hardwood floors. Embrace the quintessential Park Slope lifestyle with effortless access to the vibrant shopping, dining, and transit hubs of both 5th and 7th Avenues, all a short stroll away. Just minutes away on foot, Prospect Park serves as a tranquil oasis, offering a serene retreat from urban life.


  • Bedrooms: 7
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Multi-Family
  • Voice Intercom



More about Park Slope

More about Park Slope

Ranked as NYC's #1 most livable neighborhood by New York magazine, and selected by The American Planning Association as one of the 10 Great Neighborhoods in America, Park Slope boasts a diverse mix of restaurants and businesses, along with a robust and active community. Park Slope is one of Brooklyn's most famous neighborhoods for its picture-perfect brownstone blocks, mom-and-pop shops, and proximity to the green expanse of Prospect Park, which the streets slope downward from, hence, the literal name. The neighborhood faces the western end of the park, with the surrounding residential blocks boasting some of the city's most prized architecture. While the neighborhood is known for its family-friendly atmosphere, Park Slope's two main thoroughfares - 5th and 7th avenues - boast a plethora of cafes, bars, and restaurants that cater to a younger clientele, and, now industrial 4th Avenue is becoming a thriving commercial hub, as well. The strong sense of community found in Park Slope is exemplified by its many organizations and the popularity of the 17,000-member Park Slope Food Co-op. Park Slope is also home to some of borough's finest eateries such as al di la Trattoria (the restaurant that arguably started the 5th Avenue retail revolution), Talde, Fonda, Stone Park Café, Convivium Osteria, and Blue Ribbon. Colloquially separated into three distinct sub-neighborhoods - North Slope, Center Slope, and South Slope - Park Slope is, geographically, one of Brownstone Brooklyn's largest neighborhoods, stretching from Prospect Park to 4th Avenue and Flatbush Avenue to Prospect Avenue.

Grocery Stores

  • Park Slope Food Coop
  • Union Market
  • Key Food Supermarket
  • C Town Supermarket
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Russo's Mozzarella & Pasta
  • The Bad Wife
  • Hiller and Moon

Laundromats / Dry Cleaners

  • Brooklyn Valet
  • Four Seasons Laundromat
  • United Laundry
  • San Toy Laundry
  • Green Apple Cleaners
  • Lucky Laundry
  • Suds On 8th Avenue
  • Art Cleaners
  • Carroll Cleaners


  • al di la Trattoria
  • Stone Park Cafe
  • Sushi Katsuei
  • Numero 28 Pizzeria
  • Hanki
  • Bar Toto
  • Fonda
  • Piccoli Trattoria
  • Soigne
  • Bonnie's Grill
  • Camperdown Elm
  • Un Posto Italiano

Coffee Shops / Desserts

  • L'Albero dei Gelati
  • Koss Kaffe Roasting House
  • Cafe Martin
  • Konditori
  • Ladybird Bakery
  • Crespella
  • The Estaminet
  • Blue Bottle Coffee


  • Slope Fitness
  • Pongo Power
  • Prospect Park YMCA
  • Ellie Herman Pilates
  • Park Slope Yoga Center
  • Jaya Yoga Center
  • Bodhisattva Yoga


Floorplan of 350 6th Ave