By Tanay Warerkar
Originally Published by Curbed NY
The four-story home features four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
A thoroughly modern townhouse with 19th-century bones is now on the market in Fort Greene for $3.5 million. The four-story townhouse is currently divided into three separate units—an owners unit that takes up the garden level and the first floor, and two separate one-bedroom apartments located on the third, and the fourth floor of the building.
The broker babble goes on to explain that the rental and owner units are separately metered, so a new owner of the townhouse can choose to maintain the status quo. The focus of the listing, however, is the owner’s unit, which is packed with lovely wooden finishes throughout, or as the broker on the property calls it, “Brooklyn Modern design aesthetic.”
The owner’s unit features two bedrooms, one on each floor. The lower level opens up on the back onto a massive backyard, which comes with built-in seating. In addition to that, there’s storage in the basement, along with a washer and dryer unit.