The Insider: New Kitchen, Baths, Decor Add Modern Glamour to Park Slope Limestone

Greg Stevens

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With its properly-preserved woodwork, plaster decoration, diamond-paned leaded home windows, and other regal aspects, this stoopless switch-of-the-20th-century brick and limestone row property would in good shape ideal in on any of uptown Manhattan’s toniest blocks.

“It’s a one of a kind residence for Park Slope,” explained Park Slope-dependent interior designer Jennifer Morris of JMorris Design, who established an all-new kitchen area and several new baths, then decorated the house from best to base in a suitably glamorous idiom. “The entrepreneurs truly lucked out obtaining this mint-problem house. It is one particular of three linked homes — only 15 ft huge, but there’s a central staircase, so the rooms on both aspect are the entire width of the dwelling.”

The owners, who have teenage twins and a more youthful son, occupy all 4 floors. There are two entrances at floor level: a established of double doorways opening into a gracious reception space, and a onetime services entrance major to a lengthy hallway and playroom, visitor bedroom, and tub. The house’s principal amount is the higher-ceilinged 2nd floor, adequately identified as a piano nobile (“noble floor” in Italian) relatively than parlor flooring. The major bed room, a magnificent new bath, and a sitting area occupy the third ground, with the children’s bedrooms above.

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