Walk Through 375 5th St. Brooklyn

This week we are taking a virtual look through 378 5th St, in Park Slope a 4-bedroom/3-bathroom brick townhouse brand new from the finished basement to the added top floor extension and roof terrace.  Currently listed at $3,400,000.

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With four large bedrooms 3 full bathrooms 2 powder rooms and located on one of the best blocks in Center Slope this incredible home has more than enough space for you to spread out and live your best life. Enter the garden level into a lovely living/sitting room with a working gas fireplace. The generous open space flows into a large dining room convenient powder room and a custom designed open kitchen with stainless steel appliances marble counters tons of storage and huge windows spanning the width of the house looking out onto the backyard. 


The sunny south facing living area sits at the front of the house on beautiful tree lined 5th Street. The master bedroom rests at the peaceful rear of the house with plenty of closet space room for a king size bed and sliding glass doors to the large deck overlooking the lovely garden. The spacious master bathroom features beautiful marble tiling separate shower and soaking tub and double sink vanity. The third floor comprises two more large sunny bedrooms with plenty of closet space in each a custom designed bathroom and a spacious laundry room.

The sunny top floor with it's huge skylight over the stairs features a fourth large bedroom yet another full bathroom plenty of closet space and a spacious open den/sitting room leading out to the roof deck with tree top views. The finished basement has high ceilings a large recreation/media room with natural light from the backyard a half bathroom and plenty of room for your storage needs. A high capacity copper water line and high efficiency Weil McClain Ultra Boiler were both added as was a new central HVAC system and formaldehyde free insulation and natural zero VOC paint were used throughout the house

378A 5th Street is just a block and a half from Washington Park home of the Old Stone House and the epicenter of the Center Slope community with JJ Byrne Playground and a Sunday Farmer's Market that's one of the best in Brooklyn. Every convenience and amenity is nearby too like Whole Foods the Park Slope Food Co op the Prospect Park YMCA and Prospect Park itself. You're surrounded by fantastic restaurants cafes and bars in every direction and the F/G and R trains are nearby at both 7th and 4th Avenues.

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