Park Slope modern home built from a former carriage house is back on the market for $7.9M

Image courtesy of DD Reps–Donna Dotan

If you’ve strolled earlier it, you may have noticed the classic strains of the modernist property tucked between the brick condominium buildings and historic brownstones in Brooklyn’s Park Slope community. The exceptional house at 77 Prospect Place, given its recent variety by architect Phillipe Baumann in 2004, was the moment a single-story carriage home, built in 1886. Baumann’s renovations included a new higher flooring, a 30-foot skylight, and a dazzling terrific room that opens on to an out of doors patio with a sizzling tub custom architectural interiors incorporate warm wood, glass, metal, and plaster. The stunning house previous modified fingers in 2017 for $6.6 million it’s now back on the market for $7.9 million.

6sqft previously showcased this noteworthy dwelling, recounting the story of how it was bought by the Brooklyn Union Gas business in 1972 for use in an choice power experiment, serving as the company’s display house, with experimental gas cells on its Apollo spacecraft-influenced roof.

Baumann’s web page clarifies how a steel frame was fabricated, then craned into position over the current roof, letting for the building of a new upper ground while disturbing the framework down below as very little as achievable. The new flooring was offset a few feet from the building future door in purchase to permit light to enter from below. Structural logic, spatial clarity, and light, aided by elements like metal beams, plank floor, plate glass, and plaster define the building’s layout.

The 30-foot-large semi-detached townhouse appears to have acquired a modern renovation, supplying its 5,300 square toes of interior house a sleeker, much more contemporary come to feel. Its main flooring is framed by wide-plank pine floors and 15-foot-high cedar ceilings. A 30-foot skylight parallels the residing place wall.

Lit by a west-experiencing wall of home windows, an open chef’s kitchen area brings collectively the main floor residing spaces. Characteristics contain Pietra Cardosa worktops and custom millwork appliances include things like a Miele double oven, 36-inch induction oven and dishwasher, a SubZero fridge, a Broan vary hood, and Kessebohmer sliding shelves.

The home’s major bedroom suite spans the width of the dwelling, with a wall of windows and personalized wardrobes with doorway-activated lighting. A chic skylit en-suite tub has a glass-wrapped shower with a designed-in bench, double sinks, and mirror-clad partitions.

Up a broad staircase is a excellent area boasting 15-foot ceilings, 4 exposures, and floating bookshelves. A rotating wall potential customers to a powder room and a 30-foot-large glass wall.

A unique avenue-experiencing balcony was created in the architect’s signature contemporary model. This incredible rooftop patio is a genuine city oasis with outside seating and lovely sights.

Back down at the back garden stage are two far more roomy bedrooms with partitions of windows and major custom made closets. A double-sized walk-in shower floats totally enclosed in glass. Geometric-patterned wall tile complements the pure tones of stone flooring and counter tops.

Towards the entrance of the home is a cozy fashionable media place total with custom temper lighting, and a household health club. This one-of-a-form Brooklyn townhouse also has solar panels installed for energy performance, building use of gentle equally inside and out.

[Listing details: 77 Prospect Place by Matthew Scott and Abdul Muid of Ivey North]


Pics courtesy of DD Reps–Donna Dotan

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77 Prospect Put, Modern day Houses, Philippe Baumann

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Park Slope