When one thinks of a quintessential Art Museum rowhome, this 4-bedroom, 2-bath home is what comes to mind. The stately three-story home is story of old and new, from the HGTV-designed kitchen to the original hardwood floors, and it’s on the market for $879,000.
“To me, this is the perfect example of implementing the new seamlessly into the more traditional designs,” says listing agent Trent Snyder of Coldwell Banker Preferred.
The original architectural details are apparent from the get-go, with the gorgeous Mahogany double doors that open to the foyer and living room. The new double-sided fireplace doesn’t take away from the rest of the space, but acts as a separator; behind it is the kitchen that was designed by local HGTV designer David Stimmel of Stimmel Design Group. (There also happens to be a brick-oven fireplace and another grill in the back patio for warmer days.)
Upstairs has a bit more rustic charm. Some of the bedrooms feature exposed brick. The master bedroom also has wood ceilings with exposed beams, plus a walk-in closet with a built-in bench and window—it looks, quite frankly, bigger than most NYC apartments.
The 2,770-square-foot home is located in the Art Museum-Fairmount area, just on the edge of Brewerytown.
- 821 N. 24th Street [Coldwell Banker Preferred]