348 MacDonough St - Stuyvesant Heights, New York
348 MacDonough Street is a classic late-Italianate style brownstone built in1873. This stately home is located on one of the most desirable streets in the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District often recognized in The Greenest Block in Brooklyn contest by Brooklyn Botanic Garden in the past decade. This grand townhouse offers exemplary historic details inside and out and awaits your vision and architect. The 20-foot wide ornately detailed façade is highlighted by a carved arched doorway with prominent keystone and oversized cast iron balustrade. This group of four brownstones enjoys a gracious setback from this charming street and is surrounded by notable properties with mature trees and gardens. Remarkable interior details abound, with all levels showcasing intricately carved marble mantles, oversized stair posts, arched room elements, intact ceiling moldings and medallions and original inlaid decoratively bordered hand-nailed flooring. This legal two-family, 3600 square foot home built 45 feet deep occupies a 100-foot lot offering ample outdoor space both at the front and rear of the property. An additional 400 square feet of FAR is available to add to interior space. Multiple plans have been conceptualized and may be viewed to maximize efficiency, affordability and comfort. 348 MacDonough Street is conveniently located just four blocks from the Utica Avenue A/C subway with easy access to all of Manhattan, surrounded by numerous parks, not far from The Brooklyn Children's Museum and nestled among noteworthy restaurants such as Saraghina and Peaches, L'Antogoniste, Chez Oscar and Eugene & Company.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman