Historic Brooklyn Townhouse Full of Divine Original Details Asks $2.75M
A pre-war townhouse in one of Brooklyn’s most blissful neighborhoods has arrived on the market. Located just a few blocks from Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the Brooklyn Museum, the elegant home at 125 Maple Street also has plenty of things going on within its property lines: Multiple exposures, a one-car private garage, and an abundance of original details just to name a few. With a prime address on Prospect Leffert Garden’s premier street, the property is seeking $2.75 million.
Pictured with little to no furnishings, but every bit beautiful, this home is the definition of ‘good bones.’ It boasts stained glass, intricate moldings, decorative fireplaces, Greek Revival-style columns, and stunning hardwood floors. Regal without seeming imposing, 125 Maple spreads its 5,954 square feet of interior space across four levels, including a partially finished basement. The townhouse has plenty of space with 5 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, and 2 half-bathrooms.
The first level of the home is especially show-stopping, with each of the three rooms marked by a fireplace. An additional greenhouse room sits in back. Moving upwards, the second level holds a kitchen and dining room while the third boasts the bedrooms.
Karen Heyman and Michael Copolo of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.