Brownstoner reports that the 2-story, wood frame home at 303 13th Street has recently sold for $2,050,000, making it the first South Slope frame to go for over 2 million.
The 1860’s townhouse boasts 2,276 square feet, a kitchen built around the specifications of a CIA trained chef, a 100% organic garden, and master bedroom with en suite bathroom, wood burning fireplace, and motorized skylight. That’s just the start, too. A full breakdown of the home’s specifics can be found here.
What do you think? If you had 2+ million, would you drop it on a 2-story in South Slope?
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