From original details to new renovation, this $4.1 million Clinton Hill home checks all the boxes in brownstone.

Image credit: Eitan Gamlili for Sotheby’s International Realty

For anyone wanting to live in brownstone Brooklyn, this four-story townhouse at 107 Greene Avenue definitely fits the description. The 3,360-square-foot home, which is asking for $4,100,000, has retained its historic details as a backdrop to modern living. With four bedrooms and an enviable backyard, the legal two-family dwelling is currently configured as a single-family home, so there is potential to add a second apartment for income or guests.

Upon entering the garden level, you will find a bedroom, a den, and a full bathroom. The den could easily become an additional bedroom.

On the saloon floor, new floors join refurbished wood pocket doors and a carved wood fireplace. The living room is full of sun and beautiful, and the open living space allows the light to flow throughout. The formal dining room is located behind the living room.

The newly renovated kitchen seamlessly combines old and new – including new Anderson windows. The space is outfitted with Viking appliances, Leicht cabinets, and quartz worktops. A modern chandelier highlights a hard-working prep island with double sink and dishwasher. There is also a separate study on this floor.

On the next floor is the main suite of the house, featuring a large light-filled bedroom, en-suite bathroom and sitting room. The bathroom has a glass shower and double dressing table. A pocket door and original glass doors lead to the large sitting room. This floor features two working fireplaces, large wardrobes, and custom window treatments.

Upstairs there are two more spacious bedrooms – and two additional fireplaces. The sparkling bath and spa-like offer both. The laundry room has a new washer/dryer. The roof, which can be accessed by stairs from this floor, can become a landscaped garden or a sunny deck.

A private backyard offers plenty of space for outdoor dining and entertainment. Raised beds make urban gardening an easy option.

Behind-the-scenes renovations include new radiators, a split system HVAC, custom cabinets, custom lighting, as well as several mechanical upgrades. 6sqft previously featured the cottage in 2016 – pre-renovation – when it was listed for $2.995 million, so you can see the transformation.

[Listing info: 107 Greene Avenue at CityRealty]

[Listed at Sotheby’s International Realty by J. Eric Becker and Alison Glestein]

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Image credit: Eitan Gamlili for Sotheby’s International Realty

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