Photos: TOWN Residential
Pre-war Park Slope conversion The Bennett House has commenced sales.
Located a block from Prospect Park at 582 Second Street, the 1909 building has been reconfigured into five residences. The development is named after the original architect, Thomas Bennett, who engineered the classic look of Park Slope at the turn of the century. The building touts a Renaissance Revival limestone facade, wrought iron balconies and detailed roof cornice.
The two available units are 1,623-square-foot four-bedrooms asking $2.395 million. The floor-through apartments have high ceilings, big windows on all sides, Vermont ash hardwood floors, marble bathrooms and kitchens with custom cabinetry, Calacatta marble countertops and appliances by Sub-Zero, Wolf and Bosch. Every unit has a vented washer/dryer and multi-zoned central heating and air conditioning.
TOWN is marketing the development.