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

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With its perfectly-preserved woodwork, plaster decoration, diamond-paned leaded windows, and other regal information, this stoopless turn-of-the-20th-century brick and limestone row house would healthy suitable in on any of uptown Manhattan’s toniest blocks.

“It’s a exclusive house for Park Slope,” reported Park Slope-primarily based interior designer Jennifer Morris of JMorris Style and design, who designed an all-new kitchen area and a number of new baths, then adorned the dwelling from leading to base in a suitably glamorous idiom. “The house owners genuinely lucked out obtaining this mint-affliction property. It is a single of a few linked properties — only 15 ft vast, but there’s a central staircase, so the rooms on both facet are the comprehensive width of the household.”

The property owners, who have teenage twins and a younger son, occupy all four floors. There are two entrances at ground level: a established of double doorways opening into a gracious reception room, and a onetime assistance entrance main to a very long hallway and playroom, guest bedroom, and tub. The house’s main level is the superior-ceilinged 2nd floor, correctly identified as a piano nobile (“noble floor” in Italian) rather than parlor flooring. The main bed room, a lavish new bathtub, and a sitting down room occupy the third ground, with the children’s bedrooms higher than.

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