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A Park Slope gut renovation

Take a 4-story Romanesque Revival multi-residence brownstone in Park Slope built in 1899. Completely gut it, and add CWB Architects and Pilaster Contracting for 2 years of renovations. Restore part of the parlour floor, add a floor-to-ceiling windowed addition combined with some decor magic from Tamara  Eaton and you have a pretty spectacular "new" home. Then put it on the market for $7.5 M. 

Reader Comments (4)

Does anyone know where to get round mirrors like that that don't cost a fortune?

23 Sep 2015 | Unregistered CommenterCarol

There's this one from Hay Denmark, this one at Zone Maison (I used one in the bathroom of my last house) and this one at Anthropologie

23 Sep 2015 | Registered CommenterKiM

Seriously gorgeous! That kitchen!...That's your blue/black Kim :) Love that mouldings around the door way..., such a contrast to the rest of the room.

23 Sep 2015 | Unregistered CommenterPati

can you give me any information on the manufacture of the sink in the bathroom. Love it!

21 Jun 2017 | Unregistered CommenterChristine

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