The iconic New York brownstone, with its high stoop and decorative cornice, made its appearance in the early 19th century and quickly became a stylish, single-family home favorite.
Over the decades, some have been updated, their facades altered and made over to suit their owners’ tastes.
But what explains the refrigerator unit-like redesign of this home, part of a beautiful stretch of three-story row houses dating back to the turn of the last century?
Perhaps its super comfy inside. And a garage—that can be convenient.
Here’s the price (and photos) of the upper duplex, courtesy of a Corcoran listing.