Stunning, historic Park Slope townhouse asks $5.9M
The gorgeous brownstone was designed by C.P.H. Gilbert
A gorgeous Romanesque Revival townhouse, located in Park Slope’s Historic District between Eighth Avenue and Prospect Park West, is now on the market for $5.9 million.
The 4,950-square-foot single-family house (which could be used as a two-family home as well), at 60 Montgomery Place, has four floors, seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, a green roof with room for seating, and a back patio.
It features wood floors throughout and two of the recently renovated bathrooms have floor tiles handmade in Morocco. The living area has a crystal chandelier that is original to the home, according to the listing, and there are plenty of windows and a marble fireplace.
Located at 60 Montgomery Place, the listing is with Charlie Pigott, Candace Shemmer, and Jackie Torren of Corcoran. Annual taxes for the property will be $17,264.