at 7th Av 0.1 miles at Bergen St 0.2 miles at Clinton & Washington Avs 0.4 miles at Atlantic Av-Barclays Ctr 0.5 miles
Historic Landmarked Italianate Townhouse, Circa 1870's
600 Carlton is one of a row of four Italianate brownstones built at the time Prospect Park was being developed. The high brownstone stoop, paneled wood and glass double doors, arched transom, channeled pilasters and molded stone bracketed window box ledges are some of the many features of this surprisingly unblemished home.
The residence is currently configured as a four bedroom triplex over a one bedroom garden rental. All in there are seven marble mantels, many adorned with significant detail and craftsmanship and two are currently wood-burning. The parlor floor has ornate dental molding with intact crown molding, etched-glass pocket doors and original hardware. The other floors have tin ceilings, period fixtures and spacious rooms.
The building is structurally sound and well located. It is on a homogeneous brownstone block only two blocks from the express Q and B trains at 7th Avenue, a couple of blocks from Milk Bar (undeniably one of the best coffee shops in NYC), a few minutes from Prospect Park and the farmers market at Grand Army Plaza.
Even though so well located- when in the rear of the townhouse- you are far away from everything as the back garden faces a forest of trees in all the gardens thru the block. This is indeed one of the most unique features of this home.
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33 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003 | Phone: 212.557.6500 | Fax: 212.557.6505