We’re Selling Our Home In Park Slope

I’m happy and sad to announce that my wife and I just put our home in historic Park Slope, Brooklyn on the market. With Baby Kalehoff on the way, we’ve decided to move to Westchester County where family is closer and good public schools don’t come with application stress and competition on par with the Ivy League universities. We’re also looking for a little more space and a yard.

If you’re interested in attaining one of the most majestic brownstone apartments in all of New York, then you should definitely check out our listing and pictures here. Key features include: 1,000 square feet of living space, private iron-gate entrance, two floors, exclusive bike storage under stoop, original oak staircase, six massive bay windows, and a view of 600-acre Prospect Park, whose entrance lies only 75-feet from our doorstep. It’s close to everything, including subways, bars, restaurants and farmers market, and the F Train will get you to midtown Manhattan in roughly 25 minutes. Corcoran, our agent, describes it as:

Elegance on the Park! A rare architectural gem. Stunning details in this front duplex. Large front parlor bedroom and front garden level living space truly unique and eclectic in style. High Victorian details make this a home to fall in love with. Original moldings throughout, Ionic columns, 2 beautifully detailed mantles, and original wood work. Modern and retro kitchen, retro bath, laundry in unit. Steps from the best of Prospect Park and a 5 minute walk to the subway.

We’ve been lucky to live the past six years in one of the most beautiful apartments and neighborhoods, with lovely neighbors. We’ll be sad to leave.

Published by Max Kalehoff

Father, sailor and marketing executive.

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