Styled & Staged: A Reimagined Brownstone in the Bed-Stuy Historic District Seeks $4M
A dreamy NYC townhouse just hist the market on a block of Bed-Stuy’s Historic District dubbed Doctor’s Row. Built in 1899, this $3.95 million restored home holds oodles of references from the past with a fresh and fab 21st-century aura.
One could say this 19th-century abode has had a few operations in its years. The Brooklyn brownstone was completely gut-renovated and restored by the masterful design team at Shakespeare Gordon Vlado Architects. Offering the best of old and new, its irreplaceable historic details, such as six fireplace mantels, stained glass transom windows, and elaborate original woodwork throughout, still remain amongst the modern updates.
Once a three-unit multi-family residence, developer Urban Standard converted it into a triplex home with one garden-level rental. Adding dazzling touches to the listing, celebrity stager Meridith Baer showcases the stylish route a buyer can take, mixing modern and classical elements. Having worked with stars such as Meryl Streep, Geena Davis, and Jonah Hill, the designer’s vision is top-tier.
With the ground floor rental unit (perhaps awaiting a doctor’s office?), the 6-bedroom and 4.5-bath pad offers 4,643 square feet of interior space. The home also features a large eat-in kitchen, a magical skylit media room, chic outdoor living space, and endless views of landmarked brownstones and dashing gardens.
Christine Blackburn and Lior Barak of Compass hold the NYC townhouse listing.