Built in 1889 by James C. Jewett and architect Albert E. White, 903 Union Street is beautifully designed with a combination of Romanesque Revival and Queen Anne styles. This historic home sits in the middle of a tree-lined block between 7th and 8th Avenue, in the Landmark District of North Park Slope. Special care has been taken over the years to retain much of this brownstone's original historic detail and character. 903 Union Street exudes the grandeur of a bygone era, with large windows, expansive sun-lit rooms, and soaring ceilings. With four floors and a full cellar, there's lots of room to spread out here. There are five bedrooms, three full baths, one half bath, three fireplaces, and a verdant landscaped backyard. This legal two-family townhouse is configured as a single-family. Coming home to 903 Union Street, you'll walk up a tall boxed stoop with large obelisk-like newels and through double-leaf doors with ribbon sidelights and button lenses. Arriving on the parlor floor, where the ceilings soar 11 feet high, feels like stepping back in time. Original details abound including intricately carved woodwork, pocket doors, and the original staircase. South facing windows in the front parlor bring sunlight deep into the house. A beautifully carved fireplace mantle features decorative tile surrounding a cast-iron ornamental fireplace mantel and a fire door with an Egyptian-inspired figure in bas-relief. The rear parlor spans the full width of the house, features a bay with three large windows, and feels wonderfully spacious. The parlor floor also includes a full bath with a retro-ambiance. Upstairs there are five sunny bedrooms and two full baths. The absence of a building directly across the street means that the south-facing front bedrooms feel particularly light and airy. Downstairs, the garden level features a living room with an exposed brick wall and a large decorative window surround that frames a view of the front garden. The kitchen is designed in a neo-traditional style and opens up to a bay with three windows. Stepping out to the backyard, you'll find a quiet and sunny oasis from the bustle of Brooklyn, with trees, shrubs, and flagstone pavers. 903 Union Street is close to the best of Park Slope's restaurants, shopping, and other amenities. Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, The Farmer's Market, the 2/3 subway, and many other transportation options are all very close by. Come see this quintessential historic brownstone and make it your own.

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Listed by Paul Murphy and Carol Wang of Compass

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