This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from March 05, 2017
You will be delighted by this unique garden duplex condo. It's like a house tucked in a fine historic mansion on one of the most desirable blocks in Park Slope.On the lower level you'll find a spacious living room with 9 windows, a home office area, full bathroom, dining area and a chef's kitchen. The kitchen has ample storage in custom maple cabinetry, plenty of work surfaces on white Caesar Stone counters, and high efficiency appliances including a Viking refrigerator, a Fisher & Paykel oven and a dual drawer dishwasher. Upstairs you'll find three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a laundry area outfitted with a full size Bosch washer and dryer. The spacious master bed room easily accommodates a king size bed and has a luxurious en suite bathroom. The layout offers tremendous livability and versatility. Because the unit was intended to be a four bedroom home, integrating an addition bedroom is easily accomplished.153 Lincoln Place is a fine Romanesque Revival mansion, originally built in 1887, four years after the opening of the Brooklyn Bridge for Lydia and Frank L. Babbott, a jute merchant, art collector, patron and philanthropist. On one of the prettiest and well located blocks in Park Slope, you are steps away from the Q/B/2/3 subways, 7th Avenue and an easy stroll to more shops and dining on both 5th and Vanderbilt Avenues, as well as glorious Prospect Park. Location, spaciousness, turn key condition, light, a tranquil garden, history and character, low monthly charges - 153 Lincoln Place is truly a home for those who desire comfort, privacy, and convenience.