Sold & Closed. 593 Jefferson is a historic and charming three-family brownstone with four stories plus a cellar and garden on a 20 x 100 foot lot. The home has three units, six bedrooms, and three and a half baths. An owner’s duplex occupies the first two levels, including the parlor with its 12-foot ceilings, stain glass windows, crown moldings, waist-high wainscoting, pier mirrors, rococo fretwork, and original parquet floors. There are three wood-burning fireplaces with carved-oak mantels and Victorian tiles in the home along with south and north-facing bay windows.
Built in 1891 according to the plans of the architecture firm of Langston and Dahlander, this handsome brownstone was designed in the Romanesque Revival tradition, but incorporate decorative elements from the incoming Neo-Renaissance style. This house is part of the proposed Stuyvesant North Landmark District an area of stunning 19th Century townhomes. The home has been lovingly maintained and recent upgrades include a new roof and upgraded electrical and plumbing systems.
Located on one of the most desirable blocks in Brooklyn, the surrounding blocks are row after row of two and three story exquisitely designed townhouses set upon broad tree lined streets and avenues. Developed between 1870 and 1920, Stuyvesant Heights is an almost exclusively residential neighborhood with small businesses, shops, and restaurants serving the community.
South-facing living room light, Rental Income, backyard garden, Original 19th Century details throughout. Transportation is easy with the buses and the Utica A/C express subway stop.