Originally built in 1899, located in the Landmark Stuyvesant Heights Historic District, 115 MacDonough Street is a stately four-story, three Family Italianate-style brownstone. The curb appeal features an ornate facade with decorative wreath carving, mansard roof, and a massive front courtyard which provides a private set back from the street.
This extra-large 21' wide and 46' deep townhouse has 3,864 SF of living space! With a 120' lot, the FAR allows for an additional 1,184 sq. ft. of space that can extend the property if desired. The property is configured of a lower duplex with an unfinished basement and two separate apartments on the 3rd and 4th floor. However, with the entire property delivered vacant, the buyer has the flexibility to configure to their needs, while providing additional income if desired. Duplex and rentals can easily combine to make a single-family home.
Open an original double door entry foyer to find original 19th-century details, including a grand staircase showcasing mahogany spindles, treads, and banister leading to the upper floors. Each floor contains large bay windows with abundant natural light. The front and rear parlors have soaring 12' ceilings, plaster moldings, built-in wood cabinetry, separated by French doors. There are two original decorative wood mantels, a pier mirror, and a fully renovated full bathroom. Moving from the parlor to the garden-level, find a large living room, separate dining room, and kitchen. Through a rear extension, you pass through a laundry room that leads to the paved and landscaped garden.
The third-floor apartment is a loft-style one-bedroom apartment with a dressing area, home office, and eat-in kitchen with hardwood floors. The bedroom includes a decorative wooden fireplace mantel, customized trim and plasterwork, built-in closets, and windows with a courtyard view. There is a large living/dining room with a decorative wood fireplace mantle, working pocket shutters, and three extra-large windows in the front. The fourth-floor apartment is a two-bedroom, home office, one bath floor-through featuring excellent closet space, two decorative wooden fireplaces, hardwood floors, an eat-in kitchen with bar seating, living area.
Located on one of the most beautiful blocks in Brooklyn and often called one of the Gold Coast blocks of Stuyvesant Heights. This home is moments from the A/C express and local trains. Nearby neighborhood restaurant favorites include Saraghina Bar, Peaches on Lewis, Chez Oskar to name a few.