536 Fourth Street
On the gold coast of Park Slope between 8th Ave and Prospect Park West, 536 4th street was designed and built in 1907 by Brooklyn based Architect Arthur Koch as was the rest of this prestigious row of limestone townhomes in the Classical and French renaissance style. It is comprised of five bedrooms and four baths with private parking driveway for three cars. The details are in impeccable condition, from the coffered ceiling in the full width dining room, to the classic center stair design, the bordered hardwood floors and stained glass embellishments. The residence is truly a one of a kind home. There are hardwood floors throughout, a newly renovated kitchen with Sub Zero and Wolf appliances, marble counters, all new cabinetry and tile flooring, and a charming view to the south facing 34 ft wide landscaped backyard. The newly designed and outfitted master bathroom is encased in marble from floor to ceiling, a separate soaking tub and shower room with double vanity and linen storage are warm and modern. The finished English basement has been fully renovated and has a separate entrance.
All of this on one of Park Slope’s quietest and prettiest blocks just steps to the Lions Entrance of Prospect Park and the Litchfield Villa. This premier Park Slope location is located just 2 blocks to public transportation, in close proximity to Prospect Park West, the Zoo, Flatbush Ave, the Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Museum, and vibrant 7th Avenue with its wealth of retail, restaurant and grocery options.