This warm and inviting four-story townhouse is located on one of the most beautiful blocks in Park Slope. Built in the 1880s and thoughtfully designed and renovated by Elizabeth Roberts and John Erik Karkula in 2007, 36 Sterling Place offers high ceilings, graciously proportioned rooms, a family-friendly layout and a myriad of artistic details.
3,600 square feet of flexible living space includes four bedrooms, a music room and a wonderful garden-level kitchen, dining room and den. Wood-burning fireplaces and a deep and sunny south-facing garden provide year-round charm and delight.
Gather round the heat-enhancing Rais fireplace in the parlor-floor living room while a state-of-the-art home theater projects your favorite film.
A magical 55-foot deep garden with outdoor bathtub and shower makes for delightful indoor/outdoor living. A remarkable kitchen offers teak counters, six-burner gas stove and a Heath Ceramic tiled Rais fireplace. Reclaimed chestnut floors add warmth and character to this gracious garden-level gathering space.
Forced-air heat, central air-conditioning, a new septic system and upgraded electricity make this a move-in ready home.